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TUTORIAL // TIE FRONT TWO SEAM TOP

How to make a tie front two seam top // Megan Nielsen Design Diary // Only two lines of sewing!!

photography // Sabatomic

I have loved my two seam dresses and tops so much, but found myself wanting a top that fitted a little closer at the waistline. Enter tie front two seam top!

I just love how this turned out, and it’s so super easy! Click through for the tutorial

How to make a tie front two seam top

1// measure your fabric, making sure that the length of your top is long enough to include the ties

2// fold your fabric in half width ways with right sides together and sew the centre front seam

3// open  your tube of fabric so that the seam you just sewed is now in the centre front. Sew along the top

4// cut your armholes and neckline and your hemline so that you end up with two ties in the centre front

Then wear!

I really love this top and found that i wore it over and over during the summer. Perfect for pairing with high waisted anything (i’m looking at you Tania, Kelly and Brumby wink)

How to make a tie front two seam top

About Author

Meg is the Founder and Creative Director of Megan Nielsen Patterns, and is constantly dreaming up ideas for new sewing patterns and ways to make your sewing journey more enjoyable! She gets really excited about design details and is always trying to add way too many variations to our patterns.

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admin
7 years ago

I love quick and easy sewing projects, and this one not only is easy looks really comfy as well. Thanks for sharing.

Dara
Dara
7 years ago

Very cute!!! Thanks for sharing!

Carole
7 years ago

Lovely and just what I need for the rest of the summer we may have!! Thank you so much for sharing again.

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7 years ago

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