Only one small change- this time it’s selfless sewing as I made this for a friend.
My friend admired my camis when we were on holiday recently together, tried one on and loved it.
So here is the surprise for her – her own version
There is not much to add to my previous post. I have used exactly the same alterations to the pattern ( removing some length from above the bust and at waist). I have also omitted the facing as before in order to allow the cut out element of the contrast fabric to show.
Unfortunately I was down to the absolute tiniest scraps of the cut out fabric, so no back yoke on this version.
The main fabric is the same as my original blue SOI cami. When I bought the blue it was from Adam Ross, but they have now launched a new on line fabric store poundfabrics where I bought the orangey / brown version ( blue sold out) for only £1 a metre. It’s great for this top as it has a good drape – and I know it also washes well and doesn’t need ironing so will be good for my friend when she goes on her holiday to Greece.
And if it doesn’t fit, I have another cami,