..usually go very well together, except when a glass of the red wine in question gets knocked over and stains a pile of cream coloured fabric onto which you have just stencilled the roses. Fortunately google had a remedy which utilized stuff I had at home and the resulting stains became so faint that in the end I decided to leave them. I did swear a bit though.
Anyway, I don't think I've shown any of this project. It's something I can do with hordes of kids around, so I made good progress over the holidays. I have always loved this Alabama Chanin wrap top, and having the skills required to create the pattern meant it was easy to make one of my own.
I'm very happy with the front, but I think I could improve the fit at the back. It's a little loose around the waist. Next time (of course there will be a next time, there always is) I will probably deepen the armholes slightly and I may take in the CB a little. Or not, looser clothes are comfy, and leave room for the layers needed for a large part of the year and these 100% cotton knit garments give with wear, and the armhole may well not need adjustment.
And now it's time to panic because I do not have my next Alabama Chanin project lined up, and I get pretty antsy without one on the go at all times!
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