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Zoe tops

Added Sep 5, 2008

by yuicat

Tokyo, Japan






I sewed by using the Zoe pattern. It finished very easily and early. The zipper is attached side.
Last photograph was taken with Michelle that had been sewn last

Material Notes

cotton cloth, invisible zipper,





Burda style


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    Sep 8, 2008, 12.25 PMby yuicat

    Thank you for all comments! jujubee : I needed tops of summer without the sleeve. The upper-body of Zoe was the most ideal for that. akazukinchan : Cute ribbon tank! The pattern of Zoe certainly looks like this ribbon tank. the gilded bee : I was able to obtain the thing wanting it in an easy idea! senaSews : I seem to have succeeded from my assumption more. Thanks!

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    Sep 7, 2008, 10.07 PMby senasews

    oh wow, never thought of this pattern this way before….love your michelle/Zoe combo. they look great, love it

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    Sep 5, 2008, 10.18 PMby the-gilded-bee

    A great idea, this is very nice and a creative use of the pattern.

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    Sep 5, 2008, 10.05 PMby akazukinchan

    Another excellent idea! I’m sure you will wear it often. I was thinking about copying this tank from Anthropologie and this would work.

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    Sep 5, 2008, 07.19 PMby jujubee

    Oh, I love this! That’s a great idea, using the Zoe top with a skirt. I have a wedding to go to later this month, maybe I’ll make this combo. Great job!

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