No need to do a double take, you’re right…that’s the exact same top I made myself a few months ago! A pattern from Kennis Wong’s Sew Bueatiful book, it’s a staple in any wardrobe. The book is available as digital or soft cover.
My daughter is not a big pink fan, but she literaly snatched this fabric out of my hand when I got it in my Minerva monthly order…!No way, young lady, me first!!!.
I had just enough fabric left to make her a size OO Prague top.
Her Prague cold-shoulder top
If you want a detailed review of the pattern, please have a look at the article I wrote initially.
I made a straight size OO, with no length alteration. It’s a bit long on her petite frame, but she likes it as is.
She loves cold-shoulder tops so she was elated when I gave it to her. She didn’t know I was sewing it for her.
I think that this pattern will be transferred on sturdier support. I tend to use Kraft paper like this one. A whole roll last for 2.5 years at least. I use it when I need to modify paper pieces or when I want to keep a pattern because it was loved a lot!
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