Miss Mod Top Pattern Review

When looking through the patterns for the Sew Fab Pattern bundle, I was happy to see the Miss Mod Top from Seamingly Smitten on the list. I’ve been eyeing off this pattern for a while in Go To patterns and it was the first thing I wanted to sew from the sale.

Miss Mod Top at Cook Clean Craft (1)

This pattern was a really simple sew and came together quickly – it’s definitely a beginner pattern. If I didn’t have a small boy constantly coming out of his “quiet time” interrupting me, I would have finished it in under 90 minutes.

Miss Mod Top at Cook Clean Craft (2)

The fabric is an old one from my stash that is hard to find now: City Weekend by Liesl Gibson for Oliver + S for Moda. It’;s a very pretty pink with blue flowers – I was going to make a dress for my little girl out of it, but I thought it would make a great top for me instead – goes great with jeans.

The fabric is a little stiff for the style of top though, and the top drape more nicely with a lighter weight fabric.

Miss Mod Top at Cook Clean Craft (3)
(yep, I’m still working on my self-portrait faces – make up and a hair brush might have helped!)

I’m not 100% sold on the style of the top. I’m not sure if it’s the drape of the fabric or the neck line that I don’t like. It feels like it needs a little something. Maybe if I wore a necklace?

The Miss Mod Top is part of the Sew Fab Pattern Bundle, which you can buy here before 11th Feb, 2013. It’s also available to purchase individually here.

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