With a flattering fit, easy to get on and off and not too figure hugging it's perfect to throw on after a day at work, or over a pair of swimmers, down at the beach.
The pattern has two neckline options, round or cross-over. I'm such a fan of a nice scooped neck, that I couldn't go past the round neckline.
To be honest, I've never really looked at a high-low (mullet) hemline in off-the-rack garments. But the drawings and sample of the pattern looked so gorgeous, I figured I had to give it a go.
And I'm happy that I did.
The pattern has four length options: top; tunic, high-low; and maxi (with side splits). When you combine this with the necklines, you have 8 potential garments! And that's without taking into account the difference a change in fabric can make.
This version is sewn up in a cotton voile. I has a little bit of drape, but still has a bit of stiffness. It's light and breezy. Perfect for summer. I also have plans for versions in rayon and maybe even a (relatively firm) knit.
Make sure you check out all the tester versions on the pattern page.
And as a bonus the placement of the pattern pieces meant that I had a nice long strip of fabric left over - perfect for making this super quick headband (it took literally 5 minutes as I rushed out the door).
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