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My sweetie returned from her hiatus yesterday. I was very, very happy to see her, even though the little vacation cost me almost $200.We quickly whipped up a little top. Pattern: Butterick B4549.
That's a great print for a shirt!
Nice top! she's obviously benefitted from her expensive holiday
Aw, I was enjoying your sewing-machine-free posts too... but that shirt is really adorable!Welcome home, sewing machine!
The top looks great. I'm glad you've been happily reunited.
so happy she is home! and i love the top - cute fabric!
Congratulations on reuniting with your machine! LOVE your new top!
Love your choice of fabric!
Woohoo! You got your sewing machine back:)That is a very cute top! Kind of curious what the back of it looks like... I suppose I could go to the butterick pattern website and look it up... (although I am feeling a bit lazy right this moment:)
holy moly $200!?!? Glad she's back though. Your shirt is awesome!!
And don't they seem like wonderous things after an enforced break?
I'm always in awe of people who can whip up clothes in no time.Glad your baby is back!
this is the reason I am trying to teach myselfself to sew... so that I can make adorable tops like this one for myself and my four girls!I love it!!
congratulations on the reunion. i am in awe at how quickly you put that top together. love the fabric. love the shirt.
Your top looks great! I hate to think about putting one of my sewing machines in the shop, but then I do have three - I'm sure I wouldn't be lonely :)
See...you say "whipped up" and for me I'm sure this would have taken me more than a day to do. :) It looks great!
What a lovely top! I'm glad you have your sewing machine back!
what a fantastic top! glad for you that your sewing machine is back. all must feel better in your world (minus the price tag...ouch!)
nice top....love the material.....
Very cute design and I love the fabric. I'm thinking I need to upgrade from my standard t-shirt wardrobe. Great way to celebrate getting your machine back.
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