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Pattern Reviews> BurdaStyle Magazine> 03-2010-118B (Draped Top)

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Mobycat said... (7/22/12 9:10 AM) Reply
Burda has a free one they added recently. It ties in the front, but I'm sure you could alter the pattern to get rid of the tie front.
Mikgirl said... (7/21/12 11:41 PM) Reply
Are you talking about May 2011 issue? I made one today, and added lingerie straps. It's alot cooler than a cami!
renren said... (7/21/12 12:32 PM) Reply
Oh, how nice and what a lovely fabric. You know, on that low cowl neckline, I can tell you in another Burda issue (it was the front cover/hot pink) they sewed a bandeau (?) from the same fabric as the dress. It was essentially a shortened tube top that covered your bra and peeked out at the neckline. In the same fabric, it looked like a design detail of the dress. I think this might work here, or even one of the colors from your top although you might have to worry about show-through depending on the knit. I paid attention to this bandeau idea because I like so many necklines in theory but in the actual wearing--not so much since I generally prefer more coverage. Anyway, thanks for reminding me of this issue of Burda since I probably would like to sew this top!
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