Sunday, April 8, 2012

Sun Surf Halter

Amy Butler Sun Surf Halter

I whipped up the Amy Butler Sun Surf Halter pattern this weekend. It took about three hours to put together from start to finish, and although I didn't have any elastic on hand, I improvised and added some pleats to cinch in the back! The fabric is Amy Butler Temple Doors in Basil, from the Soul Blossoms line.

Amy Butler Sun Surf Halter

And here are some Easter Day shots, just as the sun disappeared! It was a quiet holiday for us, with a picnic in the park, The Office, and a couple sewing sessions for me. How was your weekend?

Linking up to Sew Modern Monday and the Spring Top Sew Along!



13 comments:

  1. Nice fabric choice. We missed you @ Easter dinner. :0)

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  2. Love the halter! Very summery! I went shopping and had another driving lesson =D

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  3. I love it, and the fabric. Maybe I'll attempt a piece of clothing for myself this summer... How is the fit? It looks great! Happy Easter!

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  4. That is so cute, Lindsay! Now you need to go somewhere tropical!

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  5. this is awesome lady. maybe it will warm back up and you can wear it.

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  6. This looks great Lindsay! super cute :-)

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  7. this looks great Lindsay! Super cute :-)

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  8. Love this one too! You are def. ready for summer with these cute tops!

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  9. That's gorgeous -- love the fabric, too!

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  10. Looks beautiful! I've had that same pattern for a few years, waiting for the right fabric to make it in. Was it hard? I've never tried one of Amy Butler's patterns before.

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  11. This came out great!! Love the fabric!! Stopping by from Sew Modern Monday linky party (Canoe Ridge Creations) and your newest follower.

    Here is what I shared this week: http://craftybrooklynarmywife.blogspot.ca/2012/04/another-coat-for-holly.html

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