Bianca Photos

Here are some photos with arrows pointing to specific items mentioned in my previous post.
The arrow points to the scooped out neckline.
Compare this to the pattern photo. You can see how high the neck comes up. I simply could not pull this over my head. It is a little hard to tell from this picture as she has a scarf on covering up the neckline.


I also used shorter sleeves rather than the long sleeves shown here. Perhaps for winter, longer sleeves will be in order.

Here is a close up of the topstitching.
The red line points to the sewn shoulder seam after the topstitching. I am proud that I got it to line up so nicely.

Here is a close up of the pintucks at the bottom edge. I used the two inch hem instead of the shorter, serged edge view. You can see that in the pattern photo above.

You can click on my Flicker badge on side bar to go to photos of the top without the red markings.

With this finished, I am now working on another LH Wrap Skirt. I entered the "One Pattern Different Looks" contest on Pattern Review. This one is made from a coneflower pink faux suede fabric purchased from Vogue Fabrics about two years ago. I added a decorative stitch along with topstitching and edgestitching for an added change. I have one more idea in mind for a third skirt. I mean how many LH wrap skirts can you really use! I am trying to use up some of my fabric stash on these skirts, saving some of my newer purchases for some other, more current patterns I have recently purchased.

Comments

  1. This is a very nice looking top. I like the pintuck detail. I like the neck you made.

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  2. I like the neckline you created on this top - I've been seeing a lot of this style lately and I really, really like it! You did a fantastic job on this.

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