A sleeveless top with adorable frills, the armholes and neckline are finished with the bias facing, which makes it simple and easy to make for even beginners! Back piece is slightly longer and round along the bottom edge, which creates an unbalanced look. This shirt can be worn comfortably because of its long back piece that covers the hips. Depending on the choice of fabric you can change your look from formal to casual. With jeans and shorts it can be worn in any summer days or during the spring or fall you can style your top with knitted cardigans and more! The green blouse is made with a 100% linen approximately 180g. Because it is made with linen, the frills look more voluminous and in shape. However, the pink polka dotted piece is made with a light weight cotton which is softer and creates a more natural frill.
For the blue grid top, the material is a 100% light weight cotton and the bottom frill panel was cut off in 45 degree angle which creates a unique ruffle unlike the other top pieces. When choosing your fabric, fabrics with higher percentage of linen or cotton creates a more voluminous and shaped frills. However, if you are looking for softer and less bold frills it is recommended to use materials with a cotton/linen blend. For beginners it will be easier to handle materials with a higher percentage of linen and cotton. The project will take around 2 hours, although it will differ for each individual and skills. Start this beginner friendly project without buttons and zippers!