Added Jun 2, 2013
These are two simple Sorbett variations I made for this summer:
One is a teal and cream, squiggly vertically striped one with bias neck binding with the regular front pleat. Not in love with the fit and fabric finish (don’t like the satin.like sheen), though.
The second one is a plain tank with the front pleat changed to a polo-style button tab and bias binding on the neck and armholes. This one turned out great imo. So this one stayed.
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polyester fabric, rayon bias binding
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