In this post I’ll show you in a pictorial how to make this crop top with lantern sleeves. As a starting point I’ve used Burda pattern 11/2013 #124/125. This is a loose fitting tunic with a split neck. You do not need this exact pattern to follow along, every loose fitting tunic or shift dress pattern that resembles this will do. For example burda 07/2014 #116.
The school holiday is over, and that means that my sewing classes are starting again also. A good time to reflect on last year and make plans for the year to come.
The nice thing about African print fabric is that it’s sold in pre cut pieces of 6 yeards. So you can sew multiple items out of one piece of fabric. Earlier I showed you a pencil skirt, and this time I’ll show you a peplum top I’ve made out of the same fabric.
Your trendy seventies bohemian outfit won’t be complete without the accessories to go with it. And it’s lots of fun to make your own. So, today I’ll be showing you how to make your very own boho chic necklace.
I bought this pencil skirt a while back at Zara, but it just sat in my closet, not knowing what to do with it. Once I’ve finally found the inspiration to create a look with it, it was enough to create not one, but two outfits. I’ve paired the skirt with two tops that I’ve made myself using patterns from Burdastyle.