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I spend my days working on a number of different creative endeavors. Sewing, graphic design, photography, interior design, crafting and more. If it's creative, I'm interested. I grew up in a very ...
I spend my days working on a number of different creative endeavors. Sewing, graphic design, photography, interior design, crafting and more. If it's creative, I'm interested. I grew up in a very artsy household, learning to sew at the early age of 8 years old... scrunchies were my project of choice in those days! Now I love to combine all of my hobbies by designing sewing tutorials for other creative people to use and be inspired by.
When I'm not working, I'm out exploring the lesser known parts of Boston or eating at hip new restaurants. Or shopping. Or hiking. Or looking for an ever-elusive Boston street parking spot (preferably on the left - I love a good challenge). For more crafty inspiration, check out my blog: http://designfixation.blogspot.com
This beautiful top would be perfect for a night out on the town, or over leggings for a day of shopping. The front of this shirt is simple, putting the fancy lace back in the spotlight. Wear it with a tank underneath for an opaque look, or go without to accentuate the look of the lace. It can be made with a shorter hemline in front if you enjoy the trendy asymmetrical hem style that is so in fashion these days.
The step-by-step instructions are easy to understand and geared toward all skill levels (even beginners). All you need is a yard of stretch fabric, a quarter of a yard of stretch lace, scissors and a sewing machine. This tutorial is set up so that you will use your own measurements as the basis for the shirt. That way, it can be used for any size. This tutorial does not include actual pattern pieces; instead, a diagram will be scaled up according to your specific measurements.