Sunday, January 31, 2010

Start with a staple

After about 19 trips to Home Depot I didn't have a lot of time to sew. I did manage to squeeze in this grey cowl neck top, it's Butterick 5388 the fabric is 1.50/yd Wal-Mart knit.

Lighting makes the color look different it's actually closer to this, the fabric was so thin I lined the front/back but not the sleeves, I didn't want to have to wear a cami and it's still pretty cold.



This is the second time I've made this top, this was the first time I used a sheer black w/white polka dots in the summer. Great quick and easy top.



At least the drain is back together but now the sink is clogged ARGH! It's always something.


Have a great week.

6 comments:

Faye Lewis said...

Thank you for your comment on my pants. Getting here has been a labor of love. I did use Simplicity 2700 before, but back away from it because there are so many pieces to the pocket and because of the contoured waistband that kinda whipped me. I do think I'm going to check it out one more time.

gwensews said...

Nice top. The color is beautiful. The drain? I would have to call a plumber because my mechanical skills are zip!

Sheila said...

Lovely top... what's going on with the pipes?

julia said...

I really like that top. It looks as comfy as it does stylish!!! Plumbing's not my thing.

NGLaLALa said...

Nice top! Love the look for the cowl top! Sorry about your pipes!

Tanya said...

You'll all be happy to know that I snaked out the drain and it's working great now. GIRL POWER!