I made this top about two months ago but getting the photos is always the hard part. Finally snapped some while at work the other day. Still not great, but better than no blog post.
Very Easy Vogue 9109 made in a rayon from Spotlight. I bought this pattern from Spotlight when they had a buy 3 patterns for $x sale. I liked the Tessuti Ruby and had planned to buy it, but I needed one more pattern to get the discount.
The pattern is an easy make. The only alteration I made was to drop the bust dart about an inch. I like these patterns made for different bust sizes, not much alteration is required if you choose the right size.
Excuse the crumples. These photos were taken at the office. In a perfect blog world I would get the photos taken when I first put it on. The odd thing is that in real life the crumples aren't that bad, but the camera seems to emphasize them.
The back neck slit was supposed to have a hook and eye but I prefer the look of a button and loop. I made a sewn thread loop.
In summary, a sweet top that isn't hard to make. I don't think it has as much "swing" as the Ruby, but still a lovely style. I like that I can wear it on the week-ends or to the office.
Autumn is settling in now so it won't get worn a lot so it is probably good that I got my photos when I did.
I also have made some more zipper bags for my Etsy shop. Mainly made from remnant fabrics, the black is a lovely cotton I made a shirt for my son. I have attached a charm as a zipper pull. This one says "Me vs Me". It would be great for a gym bag.
The blue print linen is a remnant from a second Ottobre pieced linen dress which I don't seem to have blogged about (like this one).
I plan to blog again soon with a Stylearc Mariln dress I made to attend the Brisbane Spoolettes High Tea... Ciao kittens.