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The pattern comes in two versions and two lengths. The first version is a traditional round racerback, and the second, a modern squared racerback. Both versions come in cropped and hip lengths with a slight high-low hem.

It is a Free PDF pattern that you can download here

http://workroomsocial.com/blog/tate-top-first-look-free-sewing-pattern/

there are not any instructions, there is a on line course that you can take, but i just made it up. If you have made tops with pleats before you should be fine.

I made the cropped version of the top and lined it I took and inch off of the straps so that my bra would not show at the sides. I then added a gathered skirt section to mimic a Gorman dress that I loved but couldn’t afford.

I love this dress and it was pretty quick and easy to make.

For more information check out my Blog

http://thewoofandthewarp.blogspot.com.au/2015/01/a-whole-bunch-of-stuff-that-i-made-tate.html

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