Here's a fun little top for you to view today. This is the Miley Woven top by my beloved StyleArc. Just look at those sleeves!
This went together easily and fairly quickly. Isn't that just a wondering thing once in a while?
Sorry about the indoor photos but it was raining all day long.
For this top, I used a silky print from JoAnns. It feels like a crepe with some of that wonderful spongy quality it can have. I love the colors for fall!
I made my usual alterations after I flat pattern measured. This includes adding to the bust curve and then adding the same amount to the area between the shoulder blade and waistline. That's it.
These sleeves are the highlight of the pattern and the fun part! You make a casing and attach your longer tie at the top of that casing. To gather it into soft folds, you pull on that tie and attach it to the lower tie that's attached at the flounce.
The longest part of making this blouse/top is hemming the flounces!
I'll be making this again!
Thanks for reading!