Added Jul 19, 2013
I love this top so much! I made it with some unidentified striped fabric (upholstery fabric perhaps?) plus some deep red dupion silk, both of which had been maturing in my stash for far too long before finally getting together. The pattern is the popular peplum top pattern from Vogue, V8815.
Dupion silk + upholstery fabric. The trim around the bottom of the peplum is the selvedge that I cut off the edge of the upholstery fabric and sewed on.
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