lundi 24 mai 2010

BWOF top 102

Hello! Today is a holy day which means I'm not working and I was able to finish this top I started a few days ago -actually I'm sewing more slowly than usual these days, must be winter coming^^! The design is 102 from the April issue of BWOF:

It was fairly simple to make, but as I was working with cotton veil I had to be careful, any flaw would show, so I basted and pressed at almost every step, I didn't use interfacing and I made linings for the sleeves so that the seams wouldn't show when I wear them rolled up. I also shortened the sleeves a little -by 1"- because my fabric wasn't as wide as advised.
I'm quite pleased with the result, it's simple yet smart and I have the satisfaction of having a clean-finished garment. However, the colour turned out much more err, orange than coral and I'm wondering if it's not too bold with such a volume :(
Last but not least, if you want to make this top be careful with the size you choose: I picked my usual Burda size (which I generally have to adjust because it turns out too big) but this time it's a bit tight at the hips! See you!



Edit: The very かわいい Crochetie^^ tagged me so I'm proudly presenting you the 8th picture in my 8th folder: meet my little brother!

8 commentaires:

  1. Hey Cecili, it's nice to see your brother!! It's kinda fun to pick a random picture, isn't it?
    Your shirts looks really nice. I want one. The double button at the front is so neat.

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  2. That's a cute blouse. Love the color!

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  3. I for one think the colour is great! And those sleeves are beautiful x

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  4. I'll second emily above, the colour is absolutely gorgeous! And certainly looks coral in the pics!

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  5. Hello
    I like the Nano Iro top pattern you suggested. I have printed it out and am going to have a go. Taking a deep breath....

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  6. Great top. I love the colour and the combination with the jeans is perfect!

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