>50s Halter Top

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I’ve been trying to be productive, but nothing could inspire me. I found this fabric, which I believe I got from a very good friends mom- she gave me and my best friend lots of vintage fabric and sewing books one of the times we visited there with him. It was about time to turn it into a blouse, so here is a 50s blouse I made- thinking of him. I know he’d want us to continue with our love of old things, and I know he’s with the Lord. I’m glad that whenever I wear this I can think of him and his family.

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6 Responses to >50s Halter Top

  1. jjsweet says:

    >Wow…that’s beautiful. The fabric is just lovely and in one of my favorite colors. I have this weird halter pattern fetish that I’m trying to break away from and this certainly doesn’t help! Never mind me. You did a great job, I’m sure your friend would be proud.

  2. >You chose the perfect fabric for this halter top

  3. Atomic Mama says:

    >cute. I have been looking for that same pattern lately..well that is the pattern I invision in my head anyway.. Style 1 to be exact. lol.out of all the piles of patterns i have, I dont have a vintage summer top at all.:(

  4. retroliving says:

    >Gorgeous halter!♥darla

  5. casey says:

    >The fabric is gorgeous! The drape is so perfect for the pattern. Speaking of which: that is such a neat pattern! The little shoulder-tie blouse on the top right is so sweet…

  6. Meg says:

    >It’s beautiful. I know he’s going to be smiling at you from Heaven every time you put it on. He had such a warm, beautiful spirit — this is such a nice way to remember him.

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