Added Feb 9, 2014
Nedre Vats, Norway
I wanted to try a new technic for this top. I put a bit of yellow jersey fabric underneath the front and I stitched around like a flower. Afterword’s I cut the wholes for the flower, so the edges are raw. I also made a ruffles and sewn it like a spiral for decoration :) On the back I’ve made a whole as in the pattern #115 Burda 06/2009 and also made a decoration with a ruffle around. I made this top once before; http://www.burdastyle.com/projects/twin-set-dress-jacket
For the trousers I have used pattern #102 Burda 07/2011. It’s a very cozy and comfortable trouser to wear for holiday or at home ;)
Rib jersey for the top and denim jersey for the trousers.
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