Tabitha Top by Love Notions


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I’ve been dying over all the ready-to-wear tops with fun shirt-tail, lace, or other trim hems.  They seem to be everywhere these days.


 I can always count on Tami at Love Notions to fill my closet with the latest trends and classic pieces.


The Tabitha Top is a classic semi-fitted knit top with multiple sleeve and hem options.


My first shirt I made with the cute shirttail hem.  It’s such a darling detail and adds so much charm.


My second tee is more casual with a contrast yoke and split hem.


There’s also a fun lace hem option that I can’t wait to make.  I want to fill my wardrobe with these tees- they take my mom-i-form up a notch for sure!


Like the Tessa Dress, the Tabitha has multiple sleeve choices (sleeveless, short, elbow, 3/4, and long) and an optional front and back yoke.


I love the turned bias neckline- such a clean finish!


I love being able to use a bright, fun fabric for the yoke.  I always fall in love with pretty prints but tend to gravitate towards solids or stripes in my everyday wear.  This is the perfect solution!  This fun print is part of the next Club Fabrics line from Raspberry Creek Fabrics (join the Facebook group to see more sneak peeks!)


The stripe version is 3/4 sleeves.  The stripe fabric came from a Girl Charlee knitfix trade and is the same I used for my little miss here.  The floral has been in my stash forever but I think it came from Denver Fabrics– they have a great selection of floral shirtings.

You can pick up the Tabitha Top on sale through Sunday.  You can get it bundled with the Tessa dress for a great deal and the perfect jumpstart to your spring wardrobe.  You can read my Tessa review here.

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