Added Feb 9, 2013
Well, there was actually no wrath involved in making this top.
I’d bought 2 metres of this lovely soft pink jersey at Tessuti’s sale a few weeks ago, with the intention of making a long loose tank top. But then Pam made up her Drapetangle Top the other day, and I liked it muchly so I decided to copy her. Mine isn’t quite so neat on the corners of the two seams, but I am happy enough with it that I’m not going to do it again. The second one I made it much neater.
2 metres was much too wide, so I cut it in half to have two 1mx1.5m panels, which means I could make two! So now my flatmate and I can be shirt twins, since one is now hers.
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