Wednesday, 19 April 2017

A Summer Liberty top

From my last trip to the States, I have a Liberty print stash that's standing the test of time.

Pammy from LA took me downtown and this print was a piece we both bought and I've finally made it up.
'Pretty' is how I'd describe this top - Butterick 5608. A very pretty top that's as billowing as my height can handle.

With the humidity we experienced in Summer, this top is a keeper. This top does need fabric that has good drape.
The nice part of this blouse style is you don't need to sew buttons, or snaps or zippers.

It's a 'cut and sew' pattern and it's forgiving if your waist keeps changing.

I've also paired this with my purple work staples because this print has a similar purple in it.
But with the cooler mornings we've started experiencing, this pattern will have to wait for another Summer to come blazing back again.
I hope everyone had a lovely Easter. Follow

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