BurdaStyle website yet. Here's the picture from the magazine.
Fabric Mart Fabrics (appears to be sold out). The multi-colored tassel trim I found in the home dec section at Hobby Lobby (looks like it can be found online too). I washed and dried it first to see how it would look before using it on my top.
To add the trim to the front, I placed the trim along the upper front yoke edge right sides together. I used a zipper foot to baste the trim in place, making sure my basting line was right at the 5/8" seam allowance. I then used that basting as my guideline when stitching the yoke and front together.
The side seams are sewn before the sleeve band is added. I found that I needed to clip the side seams inside after adding the bands to keep the underarm flat.
If I were to sew this again (who am I kidding? Of course I'm going to sew another!) I would go down a size in the hip area. There is a bottom band on the top, but it does not fit snug against my hips as I think is intended.
Link here - no affiliate, just love the product.) I plan on purchasing the other sizes also.
Fingers crossed the snow has finally left for the season, which means I can get back into nature for my photos (we had more than a foot of snow fall in one day only two weeks ago!)
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