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Zip Lines Top

Added Jul 23, 2010

by hannnah

Charleston, West...

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Description

I was inspired by all the exposed zippers I was seeing on commercial clothing. I don’t have a curvy figure at all, so the nip in at the waist adds some shape. I altered a dress pattern to achieve the three piece garment.

Difficulty

Intermediate

Categories

Season
Spring, Summer
For
Women
Garment Type
Shirts
Style
Casual, Classic
Material
Cotton

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    Jul 31, 2010, 12.42 AMby tasallison

    where on earth do you get your fabrics???? they are so so lovely!

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      Jul 31, 2010, 03.38 AMby hannnah

      Haha thank you! I’m extremely lucky; my family owns a fabric store (check out our etsy! thetinthimble.etsy.com) so I receive a lovely discount off the fabrics we carry. This one happens to be an Amy Butler print (she’s one of my favorites), but I also use a lot of Heather Bailey prints, Anna Maria Horner and Alexander Henry, not to mention all the Vintage fabrics I use as well.

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    Jul 24, 2010, 07.39 AMby purseaholic

    Love the material and LOVE the exposed zipper!

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