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2 Hour Top

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2 Hour Top
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Take one yard of fabric and just two hours of your time to learn how to make your own clothes with this quick and flattering top for summer. This short and simple tutorial shows you how to make a basic tee that fits in a flattering way. You will look charming and chic when you sport this pattern. Dress it down in a jersey or knit fabric for lazy days or get fancy with a fabric that has some satin sheen. No matter how you decide to make this top, the 2 Hour Top will not disappoint.

Project Type: Make a Project

Time to complete: In an evening

Sewn by: Machine

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I love the fact that it takes just one yard of fabric to make this top. The raglan sleeve and rounded curved bottom of the top add to the overall design. The elbow length sleeves are really nice. It really does take just 2 hours to make. I would consider lengthening the top just a bit.

This is a universally flattering design that would work well with either knit fabric or a woven. Add some small shoulder pads and open the front and it could be a really smart jacket with heavier fabric. The neckline is very flattering and it is nice to make a new garment in such short time! Thanks for sharing!

This fabulous 2 hour top pattern which can be made in my choice of fabrics, is by far one of ny favorites. I had a top in this style and liked the fit of the garment.

Do I have to use a knit? Or can I get away with using wovens?

I love wearing simple tops like this to showcase a great statement necklace. I really like the shape of this one, too!

J'aime ce site mais j'ai un problme, je suis franaise et je ne peux pas toujours traduire ce qui m'intresse, mais sinon c'est parfait Isabelle

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