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Topic: Scoopneck to cowl neck.  (Read 871 times)
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Cookiepockets
« on: February 02, 2012 06:34:53 PM »

So i used to have this boring black top (which I regret not taking a picture of), and I also had a tight black jersey knit skirt (which I never wore, not once  Cry ).
I finally find some time in my schedule to do something with this top .  I hemmed the sleeves to 3/4, cut off the waistband on the skirt and attached it to the bottom of the shirt.  I then used most the skirt to make the neck on this.
I know its nothing fancy, but I'm just happy I will be wearing this top again, because frankly I was getting bored with it.  I must also apologize for the rough looking lady in the photos.  My baby is 3 months old and likes to stay up until midnight.

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« Reply #1 on: February 03, 2012 12:52:57 AM »

That looks lovely, I adore cowl necks.
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