I've done a couple of pattern tests for KZJO Studio and have loved each pattern. So when Kaysie asked if anyone wanted to do a blog on Rosaline when it would be the featured pattern for the month of September, I had to volunteer. I had never made the Rosaline, so I was excited to try a new pattern.
The Rosaline can be made as a dress or a top. It is on sale this month for $7.88. Buy it HERE.
I decided to make the top version. I had purchased this fabric from Riki Prints. It is named "El Grito" and is in celebration of Deiz y Seis de Septembre (September 16th) Mexico's Independence Day. So I needed to make this shirt so I could wear it on September 16th. This print is still available for $25/yard and will also be great to wear for Cinco de Mayo (May 5th).
Here are all my pieces cut out.
First, I sewed the front to the back at the shoulders.
Then I added the binding to the neck.
Then, I added the sleeves.
Then on to sew the side seams. Then to hem it and it's done.
Here is my finished top.
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