Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Racerback top

Awhile back I was playing around with some scrap fabric and came up with this top. The neckline has knotted fabric as the detailing on the front. The back has the raw strips of fabric (left over and still connected to the knotting from the front neck) wound and secured around the top.

Purple racerback front

Pretty quick sew, especially with keeping raw edges.

Purple racerback back

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  1. Waoh! That awesome! I’m your newest follower, come follow me back?Check out my blog August 7th-13th when it will all be about Creating Smiles Week! There will be guest posting and giveaways to charities! I would love to see your face there! www.hannahhandmade.blogspot.com

  2. Great job! I love it! Hey... would you be interested in guest posting on my blog? If so email me at teardrop@kc.rr.com!

  3. You made this - great job! Way beyond my skills. I'm a new follower from Your Whims Wednesday. Please come by my blog hop today, and link up, if you get a chance. Would love to have you.


  4. This is fabulous! I don't think I can duplicate it, but it has inspired me to create a top to wear to the fair tonight. Thanks

  5. You did fantastic!! Cannot go wrong with purple either:)

  6. Lovely top! You did a great job!

    Thanks for linking to a Round Tuit!
    Hope you have a great week!
    Jill @ Creating my way to Success

  7. very clever detailing.....thanks for sharing on craft schooling Sunday!

  8. I love this top!! You did a fantastic job!

    If you have any refashions, I'd love for you to link up at our Sew Chic Upcycled Week!

    Sew Chic Upcycling Week

  9. Great job on the top! Thank you for sharing your project on Sew Woodsy last week. Just wanted to let you know that I featured your project today! (You were tied for Reader's Choice--aka most clicked on last week)! Hope you'll join us again tomorrow!


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