Here I share a tutorial on making a jersey tie-sleeve top.
Introducing the ‘La La top’…
This top was born out of the desire to make something freehand (no sticky tape pdf jigsaws), quickly and well fitted, fuelled by the nervous energy that comes the evening before A-level results day (yup it only takes an evening!).
It features peep/key-hole sleeves which are fastened with wide ties. And they are built in so no fiddly sleeve insertion! It is patternless and created around the shape of a pre-owned fitted t-shirt.
Ok, so here is how you can make one too!
- 1-2m jersey fabric (mine used 1m since I could fit both top pieces on side by side, this depends on your fabric width and final top width)
- Matching thread
Step 1 – Cutting out pieces freehand
Step 2 – Sewing La La
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It would make my day to see your La La! 😊
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