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Posted on:6/10/10 7:22 PM
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velosewer said... (6/13/10 3:34 AM) Reply
The bottom was also suggested to use a soft cotton woven fabric. I did do some bust adjustments to make it fit and I've since taken some of the fullness out of the 'armhole' side.
lamstu said... (6/12/10 4:28 AM) Reply
adorable! so jealous of you fitting into your patterns from that era
o3b said... (6/11/10 6:37 PM) Reply
That is a cool swim top. It's interesting how the pattern has so many different things in it. Did it suggest to make the bottom out of woven fabric, too?
SewSho said... (6/11/10 1:41 AM) Reply
Lovely design and great fabric, I can imagine this paired with a shear sarong and looking fab on the beach! I didn't realise spandex was such a recent invention!
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