Love the crossover bust top in knit!

Remember the black prototype I made some time ago? That was a draft to test out a pattern. This is the final piece! Learned to sew with invisible thread for this piece.

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The important thing is to iron the seams after sewing to remove puckering.

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This requires cutting two pieces of fabric. One large piece for the crossover and back. The second, a rectangle for the waistband.

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You can add twists for a different look. However my friend wanted a simple front so we didn’t do the twist (Haha pun not intended).

Now to work on the matching pair of pants!

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