Chic Chemise or Fall Top #1

There were lots of changes taking place last week at work.  It was somewhat stressful at work to say the least.  Some layoffs and some structural changes; the structural change impacted my area of work. Sewing was not top of mine last week.

My sewing plans changed from my last post.  Though that fabric will get made next.  Last night I traced an Angela Wolf Ruched T pattern and after pin fitting today, decided I did not want to tackle this pattern at this time as there were going to be a lot of adjustments and just did not have the energy to work on those.

I decided to pull out another pattern, a tunic top, I had made a couple of years ago, McCall's 6203.  It is no longer available; yet tunic tops abound and I decided that this was wearable now.
I decided to make View D (bottom right).  The drape neckline is not really a cowl neck, it is a draped fabric attached at the shoulders only.  I thought it would be different look.

The fabric is from my stash and I think it came from Fabric Mart in a fabric bundle.  I have no photo on file and did not take a photo today.

I have tomorrow off for Columbus Day and plan to sew.  More later!

Comments

  1. Assuming you made it through the restructuring? Gives me shivers. I love the McCalls tunic pattern you're going to sew, I've sewn the plain neck so many times. It's so comfy to wear. Hope you have a really nice day-off Monday!

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    1. Thanks, Coco! I did make it through, it was a little painful.

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  2. Sorry that work is so stressful. It seems to be the way of the work-world these days--lots of uncertainty. Hope today's sewing gives you a bit of a respite.

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    1. Thanks, Mary. I came out on the other side of the change okay, though somewhat stressed. Sewing is always a good stress reducer-outlet.

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  3. I adore a draped neckline. Very flattering around the face. I hope you had a satisfying sewing day Monday.

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