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Stripe Play

Some fun with stripes on this top for Willow. Made from the cotton/lycra knit fabrics seen below (from The Fabric Fairy), using an Ottobre Design pattern that I modified with abandon!

SEWING NOTES: Pro-Tricot Fusible Interfacing from
Fashion Sewing Supply used to stabilize the front cross-over band. Ottobre Design pattern from issue 01/05 used as a "block" and changed to make this design.

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Blogger Sigrid said...

How cute these last projects all are. The fabric combinations are super.

2:52 AM  
Blogger Loral said...

Fantastically cute shirt! I love the colors- fun, but not too young. Funny, I just traced that Ottobre pattern off for my dd. Is the sleeve you made two separate sleeves or is the long sleeve attached to the hem of the short sleeve? I love that look and totally want to copy it ;) I've really enjoyed the pics of your most recent projects- great kid's fashions! thanks for sharing :)

7:57 AM  
Blogger Pam Erny said...

Loral....Thanks for the nice comment! Since this is a fall/winter top, the sleeve is double (hemmed short sleeve place on top of striped long sleeve, and set-in as one). The hem is layered...a folded strip of fabric tucked under the hemmed shirt and topstitched to attach.

8:46 AM  
Blogger Lori said...

This is one of my most favorite items you have made. The colors and style are fab-U-lous!!

10:55 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Another winner, I love this!

3:04 PM  
Blogger Liana said...

So cute, Pam! Thanks for all the how-to details. You always come up with an elegant solution to unusual constructions.

2:54 PM  
Blogger willow and moo said...

Oh I love that top! Your sewing is always so inspirational!

1:03 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Which issue of Ottobre does the original pattern come from?

10:18 PM  
Blogger Pam Erny said...

The issue is listed in the "Sewing Notes" at the bottom of the post....Ottobre Design, Issue 01/05.

...But always feel free to ask questions..happy to answer them!

4:50 AM  

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