I feel as though I wear the same tops in my regular wardrobe rotation each week. SO I have added tops to my list of makes and plan on making at least 1 or 2 new ones each month. This way I won’t feel as though I am wearing the same tops all the time.
I choose McCall’s 7543 this month along with another top, blog post for that one coming next week, out of a cotton fabric from Hobby Lobby it can be found here. This fabric is 100% cotton and it is so soft. I was drawn to the color combo, love red, white, and black, then there is a splash of gray in there too. So this top can be worn with different pants or capris. I put it on with a pencil skirt and it didn’t have the best look, well on me anyway.
I paired this top with a pair of gray skinny leg jeans that I purchased from Kohl’s way before I started sewing and it was the perfect look.
Pattern Description: Misses’ Off-the-Shoulder Tops, Tunic and Dress
Pattern Size: 4-14
Did it look like the photo/drawing on the pattern envelope once you were done sewing it? Yes looked like the photo on the pattern envelope
Were the instructions easy to follow? Yes, very easy
What did you particularly like or dislike about the pattern? I like how easy it was to make
Fabric used: 100 % Cotton Floreo Floral Apparel Fabric
Pattern alterations or any design changes you made: No alterations, I used view B for the top, but used view D for the sleeve, no reason, just my personal choice
Would you sew it again? Would you recommend it to others? Yes I plan on making it again, in more fun print fabric and solid colors as well
Conclusion: Great top and with the perfect fabric choice this can be dressed up or down.
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