A Layered Top
1. Put shirt on and mark the bust points. (I like to use tailor’s chalk because it steams off.)
2. Draw circles around the points.
3. Cut the circles and finish edges with bias binding. Press so that all the edges lie flat.
This top is my new go-to dressy top. It’s so soft and comfortable, but it’s very me. It’s perfect for feeling cool in the summer and for dressing up. I can’t wait to wear it for a date night!
*Disclaimer: I was not paid for this post, and this post does not contain affiliate links. I was given this shirt to review.