SPRING TOP WEEK Day 3: Your Creations!

Happy Wednesday! Here’s another batch of new Spring Tops for you to peruse and enjoy!

LEFT: Kate of Curiositys made a top of her own design using a tank top and her Lei Neckline Tutorial (check it out on her blog)
CENTER: Sinje from Mighty Mouse with the first of two contributions today, her version of McCalls 5819
RIGHT: Shean at Diary of an Unconscious Mind made her very first top from my tutorial on SMS

LEFT: Bekah from Bekahomeka made KwikSew 3222 with a flour collar
CENTER: Lauren from Bananas for Breakfast made McCalls 5661 for her first non-baby sewing project
RIGHT: Wendy of West 38th made Jalie 2566 (I’d never heard of this pattern line before — does anyone else have Jalie favorites?)

LEFT: Emily from thedabbler made a Summer Blouse from Weekend Sewing (read about the sleeveless version she made for her aunt on her blog!)
CENTER: Julia made Vogue 5556 with some Anna Maria Horner fabric
RIGHT: Angela from Clothesline Chronicles made Simplicity 4589

LEFT: Kristin of SeeMommySew made a top from Ottobre Woman 2/2008
CENTER: JessiB made a top inspired by the Busy Bee Quilt Design Lilly Apron and a purse to match!
RIGHT: Sue of Berkshire Cottage made Simplicity 3835

LEFT: Sazzie from Sazzie Sews made up her own tunic pattern
CENTER: Silvana from Miss Behave with version 2 of the Summer Blouse in Mendocino fabric
RIGHT: Millie in Ireland with her second version of Vogue 8558, this time with jersey

LEFT: Bonnie of Fishsticks and Fries modified the Spring Ruffle Top to include sleeves
CENTER: Lulu from Gus + Lulu made Simplicity 2892
RIGHT: Meg from Fashioned by Meg made a modified Summer Blouse from Weekend Sewing

Three more lovely Spring Ruffle Tops…
LEFT: Sue at Vively Online
CENTER: Sinje at Mighty Mouse
RIGHT: Rachael at the park avenue sweat shop

LEFT: Adrienne at A Cultivated Life modified BuiltByWendy’s Simplicity 4111 (so it’s not so revealing — who else has had this problem besides us?)
CENTER: Ragnhild at Anti-nostalgic made Danish pattern Onion 5036
RIGHT: Astrid from Connecting the Dots made a top from Danish sewing magazine Ingelise

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! But Thursday at 9 pm EST is your last chance to submit a top, so the deadline’s almost here!

Didn’t see yours today? Check back again tomorrow or Friday; I’m spreading out the tops out over the week.

Also: make sure that if you want it posted on the blog you have:
1) Sent me an email with your name, top info and blog link, and
2) Put your image on Flickr
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.

5 thoughts on “SPRING TOP WEEK Day 3: Your Creations!

  1. Wooooooho, thank you so much for including me! I just bought fabric for more spring sewing 🙂

  2. I guess I should add a note about Jalie since it’s new to you- they are such a kickass pattern company!
    http://www.jalie.com/My favorites are the twinset pattern, since knit cardigans are nice for layering, and the sweetheart neckline top. The neat thing is that every size, kids to adults, is in one pattern envelope, so you can buy one pattern and make it for everyone. Once you use their knit patterns, it’s hard to go use any other line of knit patterns. Hope that helps a bit! I’m a bit of a Jalie nut, I love spreading the word about them. 😉

  3. Thanks so much for including me! I hope to make many more Spring/Summer tops and this is a great resource.

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