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3 Spring Tops in our Sewing Queue

3 Spring Tops in our Sewing Queue

​Kathy is busy testing our next pattern using this Japanese Double Gauze. It's going to be a fantastic look, but we can't ruin the surprise! In the meantime, here is some inspiration from around the shop. We all have spring (tops) on our minds!

1. This Little Daisy Crepe is the perfect weight for a Mimosa Top. It will brighten up my wardrobe and works well as a transitional piece because I can wear it as a layering piece now and sleeveless once the Kansas heat sets in.

2. Erin fell in love with this sage, grey and white Zig Zag Print and we had to get some for all of you! It's a perfect spring color and very current style. The material has great body so it will skim the body without showing every little thing. She is planning the MixIt Top (the green version on the pattern cover).

Kathy made this Florence Shirt out of a silk/linen print and it has such amazing bounce and color! If you love this look, you can get the kit to make your own here

3. After seeing Kathy's silk/linen shirt, I think this Spring Garden Print should be next on the list for another Florence Shirt. It's the perfect floral print - great colors and just the right amount of details for a beautiful overall effect. 

Click here to view some gorgeous spring-inspired fabrics and get ready to add some color to your closet. 

Do you keep a sewing project queue? What's up next for your spring wardrobe? 


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Knit Woven Combo Eureka Top

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Sharan Daniel on Saturday, 02 April 2016 03:42

Yes, Spring tops are on my mind, too. I just finished mixed media Odette top. I love the idea of the zig zag print for a summer top. Looks like it would go with a lot of my wardrobe. I'm tempted!

Yes, Spring tops are on my mind, too. I just finished mixed media Odette top. I love the idea of the zig zag print for a summer top. Looks like it would go with a lot of my wardrobe. I'm tempted!
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