Here’s the second batch of fabulous Spring Tops! I’m noticing lots of tops from Simplicity patterns, fresh spring floral fabrics, and small vintagey prints today…

Click on the image to see larger images, click on the links to see the blogs of the creators and details for each top, and be sure to leave them comments. Enjoy!


LEFT: Emy from Emy Sews created Simplicity 2892 with floral cotton gauze
CENTER: Shannon made Simplicity 2931 with a spring poplin
RIGHT: Caroline from Trillium Design made New Look 6407 with fabric from the Arcadia line.


LEFT: Lulu from Gus + Lulu made McCalls 5388 sleeveless version for maternity wear; check out the cute tie in the back on her blog!
CENTER: Mary Allison accidentally created an original top whilst making a dress from New Look 6700
RIGHT: Emily’s from thedabbler made BuiltByWendy’s Simplicity 3835 with a thrifted sheet


LEFT: Julia made Simplicity 2891 from a very wearable “muslin”
CENTER: Adrienne from Hermione J Schwarz made a Smashing Smock from Seams to Me by Anna Maria Horner
RIGHT: Jenny from thecreekhouse shows us another of her own original designs

LEFT: Trish at Big Purple Dragon made Simplicity 4589
CENTER: Silvana from Miss Behave started with a sundress and ended up with a top (from Weekend Sewing by Heather Ross)
RIGHT: Lorna from Doone Designs shows us her top made from Simplicity 2892


LEFT: Laura from Zip it up and start again made this top from the Afternoon Tea pattern she found on BurdaStyle
CENTER: Millie in Ireland made Vogue 8558
RIGHT: Sue from Berkshire Cottage made Simplicity It’s So Easy 2962

Hurray for Tuesday’s Tops! You can go to the Spring Top Week Sewalong pool to comment on any of these lovely creations or to submit a top of your own. It’s not too late — submissions will be accepted until Thursday evening with a vote for Best Spring Top at the end of the week.

Didn’t see yours today? Check back tomorrow; I’m spreading out the tops out over the week. Also: make sure that if you want it posted on the blog you have sent me an email with your name, top info and blog link. I still have not received emails for some of the tops in the pool — please do that so I know you’d like to be featured on the blog.

Categories: spring top week
2 Comments
Share |

 
 
Share |

2 Responses to SPRING TOP WEEK Day 2: Your creations!

  1. Maggie says:

    I am loving seeing all of these tops and the patterns they are from! I need to get it together to post the pic of the top that I made.

  2. Pajama Mama says:

    I just posted my spring top:

    http://kristensbloglife.blogspot.com/

    thanks for all the ideas & inspiration,

    kristen

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

*

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>

seller’s program

I offer licenses for handmade sellers who would like to sell items made with my patterns on a small scale. To see all of the available licenses, visit the pattern page. For more information on the seller's program, please visit the seller's page.


My free patterns or tutorials are intended for personal use only. Thanks for respecting my wishes and supporting my shop!


Too busy to sew? Purchase a ready-made item from one of these sellers:
Big Butt Baby Pants Sellers List
Bonsai Bag Sellers List
Buttercup Bag Sellers List
Charlie Tunic Sellers List
Itty Bitty Baby Dress Sellers List
Lickety Split Bag Sellers List
Peekaboo Bonnet Sellers List
Pierrot Tunic Sellers List
Showoff Bag Sellers List
Toddler Backpack Sellers List

Please support the sellers listed here!

grab a badge

Copy and paste the button code below into an HTML widget or post editor: