Monday, January 18, 2010

Sewing project: McCall M5050

Yay! Another pattern completed. I had this fabric in my stash for more than 4 years. I finally managed to get the name of this fabric too. It's satin. This pattern was so easy to make. The only issue was the fabric, it was difficult to handle. Satin is known for it's slippery characteristic.Nevertheless, I love this top very much.

I did shorten this pattern by 10 cm. I think I will make another one without any shortening or any alteration soon.

Here are the pictures.



Sleeve with the elastic casing


Waist with the elastic casing


Closer look at the waist casing. I had to use the blue bias tape as that was what I had at home.


The hem finishing


Closer look at the inside of the hem finishing.


Hope you guys like it.

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16 comments:

  1. Beautiful as usual!!! I love the print! Looks very summery :)

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  2. Oh that is really pretty , I love it .

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  3. What a pretty top. I would not have been able to leave that fabric in my stash for 4 years - it's too beautiful!

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  4. Very cute top! Your fabric is beautiful!!! I could wear a top like that everyday in the summer! Great job!!!

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  5. I found your blog through PR. Great top! The stash fabric was a perfect choice.

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  6. Stunning! It looks spectacular on you :-)

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  7. Very Cute! Pretty soon you will have to start selling these online for others! Keep up the good work! You inspire me to keep sewing more often.



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  8. You did a great job on the top,I am also a aspiring fashion designer that will be show casing my line for spring/summer...I'm new to blogging and youtube..So can you please sub to my youtube channel(vids will be post within a few days) and follow my blog..Thanks... :)

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  9. This is so cute, can't believe you made this. It must be super economical to be able to make your own clothes. I wish I had this talent!

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  10. This is absoulteyl adorable. IT looks great on you and you did a fabulous job!

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  11. I know you posted this years ago, but I just had to comment, you've done a beautiful job on this shirt-you've sold me on the pattern and project, it's the best example I've seen on sewingreviews too. Thanks for sharing.

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    1. Thank you! I hope you make one too!

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