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My Greeny Green Top

Added Jun 17, 2012

by jadealamode

London, United K...






I was experimenting with this pattern so this is my second try actually.I drafted the pattern out of a top I owned.The collar is a bit floppy as I didn’t add any interfacing.I love it anyway. couldn’t bother to iron it …sorry about the creases lol

Material Notes

green print fabric(not sure of the type of fabric) and buttons




Garment Type

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    Aug 3, 2012, 07.33 AMby saxsilverain

    i agree with Lauriana, you did such a good job with the pattern! and since the material is something flowy, i don’t think it matters that much that the collar is a bit floppy :) it still looks great! well done!

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    Jul 30, 2012, 01.46 AMby Taryn Wilkerson

    What pattern did you use for this? I’ve been looking for a pattern to make sheer shirts like this is and this one is perfect!! It looks awesome!

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      Aug 2, 2012, 09.47 PMby jadealamode

      thanks Taryn! I didn’t use a store bought pattern…drafted it from a another shirt

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    Jun 18, 2012, 07.55 AMby jadealamode

    Thanks for the kind words Luarina ! I do love high -low hemlines.I might give it a go a few more times.

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    Jun 17, 2012, 07.37 PMby lauriana

    The collar may be a bit floppy but it’s shape is very good. The hemline is an interesting feature, short at the front and longer at the back. And over all, it fits nicely, so good job with the pattern!

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