When I started working on this top, it was meant to be an exercise in pattern drafting and creating button holes. But this muslin turned out to be very wearable! I drafted the kimono style pattern and added fabric covered buttons on the backside. The sateen finish of the fabric makes it a very versatile top: casual with a pair of jeans or dressed up with a skirt and a pair of heels.
I can highly recommend anyone to adapt a basic shirt pattern by putting some bows or buttons on the backside!
A while ago I stumbled upon this great grey slub yarn fabric at the famous Albert Cuyp market in Amsterdam. I bought 5 meters of it and immediately knew what my first project with it would be.
Hi! Welcome to my blog. I postponed making a blog for a while now, and decided today that it’s time to get over my fear of maintaining a blog that’s all about me and what I made (sounds selfish, doesn’t it? That’s why I kept postponing it). I hope to make this blog a useful resource for readers that seek for inspiration or tips. To me, this blog hopefully becomes a nice archive of what I’ve made so far – kind of like an online closet.