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Black kimono tee

Added Jun 15, 2015

by tiz78

Latisana, Italy






A good recipe for a t-shirt? Nothing can go wrong using black jersey and stretch lace ;)
I used the Kirstern kimono tee, a free pattern from the danish indie designer Maria Denmark.
Read more on my blog http://stitchnpastitch.blogspot.it/2015/06/black-kimono-tee.html




Spring, Summer
Garment Type
Knits/Jersey, Lace/Sequins

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  • Rita_for_burdastyle_photo_large

    Jun 23, 2015, 05.09 PMby rita61

    Neat top

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    Jun 20, 2015, 06.44 AMby sewing fanatic

    love this! plus it gives me an idea on how to use up the small vintage lace remnants I have =D

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    Jun 16, 2015, 08.51 PMby ctharp


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      Jun 19, 2015, 08.14 PMby tiz78

      Thank you!

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    Jun 16, 2015, 03.19 PMby Lucie Jones

    Love this. Simple and classy

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      Jun 19, 2015, 08.15 PMby tiz78

      Thank you so much!

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    Jun 16, 2015, 02.39 PMby lydiadeitz6252

    It looks great! I did the exact same thing in white but yours looks much neater. I used a normal machine and the sleeves went fine but it decided to eat the lace on the neckline. I hope I can still fix it :)

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      Jun 19, 2015, 08.23 PMby tiz78

      Thank you so much, Lydia! I used a normal machine too and luckily I had any problems. I hope too you can fix your neckline. Another sewing blogger suggested me to use the tissue paper to sew lace and then remove it. I never tried, but maybe it can help you. Let me know how it goes and I cross my fingers for you :)

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