Happy spring linen top

Yesterday I made this fresh linen top, nice for transitioning from spring to summer in Oregon.  I love the fabric--wish I knew more about it, but it's clearly a linen or linen blend, and I only had about a yard of it from the bins at Goodwill Outlet.  I love getting fabric there--$1.39/lb or less!
I used Simplicity 3530 but made it shorter than their tunic top version, and gave it sort of a baseball tee hem--it wasn't as cute with the straight horizontal line across my hips.
So here it is!
It is also really cute belted!

15 comments

  1. Oh my heck... so cute!!!

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  2. the more I read your blog the more I want to get a sewing machine and try it out for myself.

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  3. Love this fabric-- what a great find!

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  4. This is awesome! I love the fabric. I wish I had a goodwill outlet.

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  5. Super cute! I love the fabric.

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  6. That is super fun fabric! I would buy that off the bolt from a fabric store, let alone if I found it at Goodwill!!! Great find! I also just made a spring/summer top from a linen blend. It's so light and airy!

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  7. Very nice top. The fabric is lovely!

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  8. Adorable! It would be beautiful in blue, too, with lace. At least, that's how I would have made it ;)

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  9. Adorable as always---love the print too!

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  10. This is definitely my favorite thing I have seen you make! It looks so good on you!

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  11. La couleur et la coupe est vraiment très bien, bravo!!

    Josée

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  12. Adorable style, it looks so cute and the lovely green foilage reminds me that we will get summer soon..it snowed here today

    Christiana
    sewamusing.blogspot.com

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  13. very cute!!! Looks great on you =)

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  14. I love the top! The fabric is such a great choice.

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