I love crinkled fabrics. Not only are they interesting, but they hide a lot of things that you don't want to show, including your stitches!
I wanted to make a summer top that would look and feel cool, and also travel well without fear of wrinkling. So I selected a lightweight cotton crinkle fabric. The trick to this fabric keeping its shape is that there are some nylon and spandex threads woven into the reverse side of the fabric that actually create the crinkle and keep the texture totally in tact.
I thought I had better pre-wash the fabric, thinking it would shrink a lot, but in fact, there was very little change. And then I was worried that the crinkles would press out or flatten, and again I was surprised that the fabric looked the same as when I reeled it off the bolt. All was good.
I did do a few things differently, though, as I cut out and constructed the Barcelona Top. So if you decide to try making this top using some crinkled fabric, here are some tips:
It was one of those nights when the sewing goddesses were on my side. I started the project at about 4pm on a Sunday with the idea that I would get a little bit done and work on it throughout the week. At 7pm, I took a break to prepare dinner, and I finished the top at 10:30pm. Off to bed with a completed top ready to wear at Sew Kansas July 2016!
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