I found some tank tops on sale at two for the price of one so I bought them.
I wanted to make some sort of ruffly top for spring so this is how I made the
Flamenco Ruffled Tank
I drew lines on the tank to guide my sewing.
I cut up the other tank in strips the same a little wider then the lines I drew so they would overlap a little when I sewed them down. Then I made each ruffle strip about 3 times the length of each line I drew, ruffled them by gathering and sewed them down.Pin It
You are so creative Justine! I love this idea, it's so cute!!!ReplyDelete
I love it! Simple and pretty. Great job!ReplyDelete
Good idea, very nice!!ReplyDelete
I love the subtle ombre effect, gorgeous top!ReplyDelete
I LOVE this, super cute, it is now on my "to do for summer" list.ReplyDelete
This is really cute. The ruffles are fabulous touch :) Love and hugs from the ocean shores of California, Heather :) :)ReplyDelete
That is a great idea. I will have to try itReplyDelete
Thanks so much. I hope you make one too!ReplyDelete
This is so cute! It it inspiring me to make more spring shirts! BTW. I love your photography, too!ReplyDelete
so creative! tfsReplyDelete
I totally love this! It takes the tank to a whole new level <3ReplyDelete
Love this idea, and will add my own twist when I sew up a bunch of tees. Thanks Justine :-)ReplyDelete
What a cute little tank top! And those shades of blue are quite divine.ReplyDelete
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wow!! this is a great tutorial. I am your new follower..I found you through Sunday Blog hop. :)ReplyDelete
love all your ideas!ReplyDelete
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Hi! This flamenco ruffled tank is absolutely gorgeous. You made it fabulous. Great job!ReplyDelete
Such a great idea ..am gonna try this soonReplyDelete
This is lovely! I have something similar to this in my sewing pile right now!ReplyDelete
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