Pattern Description: Gathered front halter top. halter front Pattern Sizing:
Did it look like the photo/drawing on the pattern envelope once you were done sewing with it? It was self drafted.
Were the instructions easy to follow? It was easy to make.
What did you particularly like or dislike about the pattern? I think I can easily change this pattern to make many differnt tops.
Fabric Used: cotton eyelet
Pattern alterations or any design changes you made: I measured around my hips. Then measured down from the base of my bra straps, in the front to my waist and added 3 inches. I cut a rectangle of fabric this size. I folded the rectangle of fabric in half width wise and measured out from the top of the fold the distance between my bra straps and put a mark. I measured the across back of my favorite shirt and put a mark on my fabric measured from where the cut ends meet toward the fold plus 1/2 inch. I measured up from the bottom on the opposite end of the folded fabric the distance from the top of my bra band in the back to 3 inches below my waist and made a mark where the cut edges meet, measured up from the bottom and I made a mark this far up from the bottom at my back measurement mark. I made a straight line between these two marks and a gentle arch up to the first mark I made. I cut the pattern out on the border of the eyelet, gathered the front to fit between my bra straps, encasing it in bias tape, and sewed the rectangle together on the cut edges for the center back. I then sewed a wide biased strip all the way around the the back and up the archs and left a loop free at the top for my neck. Insert the elastic in the back and your done. halter front halter back Would you sew it again? Would you recommend it to others? I will do it again. It is very comfy and covers everything I need covered.
Conclusion: Summer is supposed to come but I've only seen a few warm days that I could wear my halter without goose bumps!