It’s one of the advantages of working for textile designer& supplier: fabric leftovers from bulk are given for free once it’s available in brands’ shops!
Here’s an overview of the cotton/lurex jacquard I ran into:
This fabric has been produced for the French Fashion brand Naf-Naf for their last Xmas capsule collection. The cream of the crop: both sides can be use as front just as back sides.
As I was in lazy mood that day, I went for a crop top.
And I as didn’t want to spend more than a very few hours on this project, I simply re-used an old pattern: the top part of a minimalist dress I previously sewn.
And there I went, with my photograph friend in a quiet park.
Lucky us, we quickly found ourselves surrounded by flowers.I still have around 1.4 meters left and I am seriously considering making a minimalist short dress out of it… but that’s another story ;)!
Cost and time spent
Time: 3 hours only
Cost: 0€ —for I already got matching yarn and this crop top didn’t required any zip or so!