Added Aug 2, 2012
I made this top by cutting five old t-shirts to pieces and putting them together again to make a new fabric to sew from. I zig zag-ed (sorry, I’m not a native english speaker) the pieces together with a stretch seam. Apart from making the sleeves narrower, I followed the Burda pattern.
Five old soft cotton t-shirts.
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