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Don’t get mad at me!

2013 January 12
by elizabeth_admin

But I made another Burda Batwing top.  I promise this is my last one.  At least for a while.  I think I have them out of my system now.  I think.

I made it out of a really gorgeous knit that I believe I bought from Mood Fabrics in NYC in the last year.  It’s one of those knits that grows though.  It’s spongy, soft and cuddly.  But I think it’s a size bigger now that I’ve worn it all day.  I will have to serge the batwing portion of the top a little to tame it.  It’s soooo comfy to wear though.  Like pj’s.

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One of the benefits of making a pattern multiple times, besides the obvious of increasing your wardrobe, is that your process is down to a science.  It’s wicked fast to make one of these tops.  The most difficult part is the neck binding and I had such an easy time with it last night.  I cut it out and essentially made the entire thing in about an hour and half.  This could become addictive.

OK, ok, I won’t make anymore.  This week.  I promise.  For at least 5 days.  There’s just something so seductive about a sure thing though.  Maybe I could whip another one up tomorrow.

Darn I might break that promise I made up there.

Happy sewing!

16 Responses leave one →
  1. January 12, 2013

    Lovely top and TnTs are such feel good projects.

  2. January 12, 2013

    I think this one is my favorite so far!

  3. January 12, 2013

    It’s a great top and I understand why you keep making it again and again! Ahhhh the draw of the TNT pattern! *LOL* Now you know why I’m so enthralled with mine!

  4. January 12, 2013

    Girl if you love it – you just love it! I ran Simplicity 2181 into the ground, and still might make it again. The bat wing top looks great on you!

  5. January 12, 2013

    so pretty!!! I’d want to make multiples of this pattern too if I had it because it looks fabulous but sounds like it’s so comfy.

  6. January 12, 2013

    I think it is a great shirt and I like seeing all of them you make.

  7. January 13, 2013

    Make as many as you like! As long as you keep using different fabrics, non-seamsters will never notice–they will notice that each one is awesome but not that they are in any way the same. We will notice, of course, but we totally understand.

  8. Shams permalink
    January 13, 2013

    That looks great!!

  9. Diliander permalink
    January 13, 2013

    Its such a lovely top Elizabeth, I can see why you are enamoured!

  10. January 13, 2013

    Why not keep making them? They look great, must be comfortable, and fit your new West-coast lifestyle no doubt! This is my favourite version so far:-)

  11. January 13, 2013

    Another great fabric for that pattern, you’ve got a good eye!

  12. January 13, 2013

    LOL. I will not be betting any of my hard earned money on your ability to go cold turkey on this pattern any time soon! Why not work on some variations – a dress, a short sleeved version…

  13. Judi permalink
    January 13, 2013

    Don’t you know…by making the same very cute and easy pattern in multiple fabrics…you’re being an inspiration? I love this one too!

  14. January 13, 2013

    I don’t see a problem with another batwing top! Looks great and comfy, and you’ve perfected every aspect of it. I vote for another!

  15. January 14, 2013

    That fabric ROCKS!

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