Ogden Cami Batch making

There is little to add to how I make Ogden camis now, or to the fact that this really is a TNT pattern for me – and my most made pattern ever.

Much of this is because my son’s girlfriend loves these tops. After making the first one for her and her comments that she had paid £30 for a very similar one, the requests and makes haven’t ended.

The latest request was for some summery camis. Up until now most that I had made were more winter layering / darker colours. I bought some fabric ready for this in the stitch show in February, and then bought a few extra pieces of fabric on line during lockdown.

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Double gauze light blue
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Textured cotton ( remnant from a me made dress)
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Viscose fabric
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Crinkle viscose fabric
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Viscose fabric

 

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Broderais anglais

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And here is the double gauze one being worn

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