Greenstyle Lacy Slope Tank and Applique Tutorial

Do you love the look of appliques but aren’t sure how to attach them?

I received some gorgeous appliques and this super soft rayon spandex from Dhee over at the Fab Clique, and I’ve put together a tutorial for you using the Lacy Slope Tank by GreenStyle Creations over on their blog!

Jump on over to GreenStyle Creations and check it out, and then I’ll race you to the Fab Clique to buy all the appliques!

I also put together a Pinterest Board here, to inspire you!

Note: this top is nursing friendly- the front neck is low enough to pull out a boob (lol!) or go underneath!



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  1. […] Like a universal t-shirt, this pattern can be made up in a variety of fabrics- these are made from a super soft double brushed poly from The Fab Clique Fabric Shoppe, but cotton lycra, rayon spandex, modal, french terry, or liverpool are all great options as well (check out her shop on facebook for more in stock fabrics that would be perfect!). In fact, I plan to sew up another version with an applique on the back (The Fab Clique has frequent applique sales as well!), following this tutorial. […]

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