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Tara- altered and refashioned

Added Jul 30, 2007

by nikkishell

Melbourne, Austr...






I used the Tara pattern and altered by changing the flutter sleeves to spaghetti straps and added extra fabric to the bust area for more coverage.

Material Notes

jersey knit, crochet doily




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    Jul 25, 2008, 04.55 PMby nikkishell

    If you make one like this i recommend you lower the doily or add some fabric behind to hold it up since mine flops over slightly. Pin it in and try it on first before sewing to see how it sits.

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    Jul 25, 2008, 10.23 AMby candyjoyce

    this is wicked, having seen your tara top i want to make one in the exact some colour with the exact same lacey/doiley bit. Gonna go on ebay right now and buy some doileys! Not sure if my sewing will exactly be as neat as yours though :)

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    Jun 22, 2008, 01.20 AMby blythe115

    I have many vintage doilies just calling for this pattern. Beautiful job, and thank you.. for the inspiration :-)

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    Apr 3, 2008, 10.25 PMby reneebeth

    What a pretty color, and the doily is a great touch.

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    Mar 16, 2008, 05.54 PMby 00001

    this is my favorite version of the tara top :) love it!

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    Aug 2, 2007, 11.37 PMby apriljay79

    what a cool version this is of the tara top! very nice.

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