Added Jul 27, 2013
The grey top is made of stretch polyester (?). The white and green top is made of an old dress from the 70s my grandmother gave to me. I love to reuse clothes (ee what the dress looked like at syblogerskan.blogspot.com)
I will make more tops using the Idit pattern. I want one in black…and one made of re-used old Tshirts (think Desigual)-style.
I used zigzag for all seams since the material is stretch and I do not have any overlock on my machine.
The only detail that is different from the pattern on my tops is the arms (see the cuff).
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