I brought home another dud from my last shopping trip. There was no dressing room but this tank tank looked pretty cool on the hanger.
But when I put it on at home these poofs at the bottom made me look lumpy. They were not flattering at all so I cut them out. The inner black tank top fit wonderfully and was super soft so I left it as is.
There was almost enough for sleeves but not quite. I cut off fabric from the bottom tapering down to the front sides. The tank top had a tie at the back that I removed and reused as trim for the front opening.
With the tapered front ties the fabric flow was kept intact.
The sleeves had to be patched together but since the fabric is so thin the seams aren’t really noticeable when wearing.
The tapered front makes a really great tie.
I’m so happy how this top transformation turned out!
A sewing success.
In other news, Josh wrote up two great blog posts for My Taiwan Tour about traveling in Taiwan while gluten free.
Gluten Free Eating in Taiwan Part One: Restaurant Dining
Gluten Free Eating in Taiwan (Part Two): Wheat Free Snacks and Gluten Free Night Market Fare
We learned a lot of this while traveling around the island for our upcoming book Formosa Moon. If you have a gluten allergy fear not-there’s still plenty for you to eat in Taiwan. As for the book, stuff is happening behind the scenes. I’ll post news as soon as I can!
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Thank you Espirational!