Tie Top Top

Added Jul 14, 2009

by mscleaver

Portland, Maine,...

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Description

Loosely based on Maryy’s Hot Hot Heat Tutorial (before the pattern came out!), this was my first attempt at making something more complicated than an apron without a pattern. It took a lot of trial and error, but I think it turned out just fine!

Blogged at Ms. Cleaver Chronicles .

Material Notes

Cotton (?) from a friend of my mother-in-law in a lovely shade of blue!

Difficulty

Novice

Categories

For
Women
Garment Type
Tanks/T’s
Style
Beach, Vintage
Material
Cotton, Blends

Credits

Marry

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    Jul 14, 2009, 05.10 PMby sunflowerinski

    Hmm, cleaver indeed! great project, wonderful design the tie makes an interesting feature. I love it from the front, I love it from the back too, perfect fit. I’m intriged by the tie, did you make an opening in the front of the fabric? Any clues on how you did that would be most welcome :)

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      Jul 17, 2009, 02.13 AMby mscleaver

      i did indeed make a small buttonhole for the tie to go through.

      The other major difference from Maryy’s tutorial is that the front part of the bodice is domed, which I think gives it a curvier look. I’ll try to take a picture of it with the tie out, so you can better see the construction.

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