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Vivian's Peasant Top with Attached Sash

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Author Create Kids Couture
Price $8.00
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by Castle, Susan
on March 20th, 2013

“Love it!”

This adorable peasant top has a unique design and will be a great addition to any outfit! It has a sash that can be sewn on for a perfect fit every time! The sky is the limit now lets see what YOU can do with it!

We will have step-by-step instructions with lots of photos to help you follow along with ease! We highly recommend reading the entire pattern once or twice to become familiar with it before starting.

This pattern includes measurements for sizes 6/12 mos. to 8 girls.

Computer drawn pattern pieces so you can print from your home over and over again.

No patterns that rip or tear!


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• Fabric (chart for measurements included in pattern)
• Scissors or Rotary Cutter
• Cutting Mat if using Rotary Cutter
• Ruler
• Pins
• Sewing Machine and/or Serger
• Thread
• 1/4" Elastic
• Elastic Thread (we recommend Stretch-Rite)
• Iron

by Castle, Susan
on March 20th, 2013

Love it!

by Bryant, Sara
on June 2nd, 2012

Loved the pattern and it was really easy to make. I am looking forward to making a 3/4 top without the sash for my daughter. Only problem I had was misreading the length of fabric needed for the sash, as it is longer than the width of a standard bolt of fabric, therefore I have a spare piece of material for my stash and instead used an off cut from the backing fabric of a quilt I made a few years ago.

by AEMOM
on April 29th, 2012

super easy pattern to follow. Shirring for the first time was a little tricky but I managed it with a little practice. Looking forward to making it again with short sleeves.

by Bella
on March 14th, 2012

Love it,easy to follow,nice pictures.Thanks..

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