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The Fantabulous Tara Top

Added Mar 7, 2008

by sunnilj9

Cedar City, Utah...






Here is my version of the Tara Top. I made it into more of a camisole by using straps instead of the sleeve that comes with the pattern. I’ve been looking for a good camisole top for awhile! Yay! Found such a great one! Thank you Burdastyle!

Material Notes

Fabric: Cotton/Nylon Jersey
Thread, 1/4" Elastic




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    May 29, 2008, 12.54 PMby tattooedkitty

    Super cute fabric, and you’re right, it makes a great strappy top!

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    Mar 8, 2008, 06.11 AMby sunnyb64

    I like the idea to make it a strappy top instead of the sleeves, and it looks like a good layer top this way. (As is, it’s way too low-cut for me!)

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    Mar 7, 2008, 06.58 PMby littlebutton

    This is really nice and a perfect fit. When I made this top it came out miles to big – did you do your usual size or a size down? Love the fabric by the way.

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    Mar 7, 2008, 03.45 PMby emilykate

    I love it! I too was not a fan of the flutter-sleeves particularly. I love the fabric you used and I WANT YOUR BELT :o)

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    Mar 7, 2008, 09.36 AMby polychromatin

    super-cute fabric! And I like the Tara Top that you made a lot more than the “original” (i don’t like the sleeves, too)

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