Bellah Top

April 24, 2017   /   bySabra  / Categories :  Feeds

And now, a little something for me. The Bellah by Prüllabellah top sew a straight line-2
The Bellah is a very basic sew, especially for a button-down style top.bellah top sew a straight line-3 It has no collar, no cuffs, and no back yoke.

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However simple it may be, The Bellah does have a few design features that make it special. Specifically, I really like the tucks at the shoulder. They give this otherwise casual top a bit of femininity that is fun but subtle.
bellah top sew a straight line-5Speaking of fun but subtle, did you notice my fabric? Camels. Rainbow camels. Rainbow three-humped camels. Why? I really don’t know, but I just really like them!
bellah top sew a straight line-9They are on a cotton voile I picked up from MyFabricDesigns, Funky Camel on Grey by LaurenYoungDesigns. The voile is perfect for The Bellah; light and airy, but with good structure.
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My only complaint about this top is that it is a bit baggy. I went by my measurements, but I think I may go back and take the side seams in an inch or so. But other than that, it was a quick sew with great results. Perfect for beginners and those looking to build their handmade wardrobe.

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You can pick up The Bellah Top at Näh Connection  for a 15% discount through Friday, the 28th of March, 2017.

Dress Pattern is The Bellah Top by Prülla, available in English and German at Näh Connection  
Fabric is Funky Camel on Grey in cotton voile, designed by LaurenYoungDesigns at My Fabric Designs

Fabric was provided as part of a sponsorship agreement with MyFabricDesigns.
The pattern used was provided as part of the Näh Connection Ambassador program

This is a syndicated post. Please visit the original author at Sew a Straight Line

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