Thursday, January 19, 2012
A country Ruffle Top
this dress and it reminded me how much I LOVE neutrals. It let's Abbey pop. SO I mixed tan and white linen to get a cute country ruffle top. Want to make your own? It's pretty easy, just a little time consuming with all the ruffle sewing, but not bad.
this tutorial I made a back piece only (I just lowered the neckline for the front) and I had the bodice stop about 2 inches below the arm pit. Then for the back cut 1 on the fold. (2 if you want it fully faced but I just cut a neck facing for the back if you need help with facing check here) Then using the same pattern piece I cut out my front pieces. I cut 2 (from the white linen) not on the fold the same size as the back piece (with a lower neckline)and 2 (from the tan linen) not on the fold but I extended about 2.5 inches so that the piece would overlap in front. (same lower neckline)
poppies hair band from yesterday.
Created By Shauna@shwinandshwin at 7:00 AM