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The Perfect Peplum

Added Apr 18, 2014

by SewingBeauti...

London, United K...

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Description

Burdastyle peplum top with altered sleeves. Super comfortable and very flattering on.

See more on my blog – http://sewing-beautifully.blogspot.co.uk/
Or pinterest – http://www.pinterest.com/sewingbeautiful/things-i-have-made/

Material Notes

Liberty tana lawn

Difficulty

Novice

Categories

Season
Spring, Summer
For
Women
Garment Type
Blouse
Style
Casual, Evening Wear
Material
Cotton

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    Apr 25, 2014, 12.50 AMby nrobson

    very nice

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    Apr 22, 2014, 11.12 AMby yenny lee

    Lovely

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    Apr 18, 2014, 05.28 PMby PennyMac

    This is lovely,. Much more attractive than the Burda version. I’ve been squinting at the photos and I checked out your blog to see what you did with the sleeves, but I can’t make it out. Are they just shortened versions of the original pattern, or did you do something fancy there?

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    Apr 18, 2014, 05.25 PMby slmnstyle

    Very pretty top! It is so feminine and girly-love it!

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      Apr 19, 2014, 10.24 AMby SewingBeautifully

      Thank you! It is totally girlie…You cant go wrong with some floral Liberty fabric :-)

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    Apr 18, 2014, 03.18 PMby Moimisie

    Its really cute and I do love your version with the sleeves… looks cuter than the original design!

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    Apr 18, 2014, 03.08 PMby Pittawithcheese

    I love this! The sleeves are a real improvement on the original design x

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      Apr 19, 2014, 10.24 AMby SewingBeautifully

      Thank you. I think the original sleeves would have been really restrictive as well. These allow a lot more movement.

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