I would like to take a moment to welcome summer to New Zealand. We got off to a good start in early December, then things were a bit rocky for a while there but now we are in the full swing of it – beaches, barbecues and a little bit of sunburn. And I know have a new top to add to my summer wardrobe – the Sandpoint Top by Grayday Patterns. As you may remember Helena of Gray All Day blog was the winner of Project Indie, a collaboration between myself and the lovely co-ordinators of the Monthly Stitch blog.
The Sandpoint top is a causual summer-y blouse with a cowl neck back. It is designed to be sewn in knit fabrics, but I’m a bit of a rule breaker so I made mine in a silk crepe de chine that has a fair bit of one-way stretch. I’d always envisioned this pattern as a slinky evening top. Next time I’m thinking more slinking. Black sequins anyone?
I made a couple of alterations to the pattern including omitting the neck band and the waist band to fit with my evening look.
Have you made this pattern yet? I’d love to see yours – send me a link in the comments below 🙂
5 thoughts on “Slinky Silk Sandpoint Top”
Oh I love that you made it with crepe de chine – how does it sit on your shoulders without the shoulder bar?
I love it in the slinky silk and I’m glad it stays up on your shoulders! It looks great!
Wow realley looks fabulous on model. Happy new year .