Review: McCall's 7750

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McCall's 7750 - Erica Bunker DIY Style
After I made my last dress, I had about a yard and a half leftover of that amazing stretch crepe. I normally keep the amount as close as possible to the amount needed for a project, but I bought extra because I liked it just that much.
McCall's 7750 - Erica Bunker DIY Style
McCall's 7750 was a great way to use up the rest of my fabric. I cut the size medium and I didn't have to make any other alterations. It's very generously sized.
The sleeves are open really wide, exposing the entire sides. So you would need to wear a cami (preferably a racerback style with thin straps) or a bandeau like me.
McCall's 7750 - Erica Bunker DIY Style
The only thing about this top is the way the sleeve is tacked. I went the extra mile on that part, because I could see that easily snapping apart if you're lazy about it.
McCall's 7750 - Erica Bunker DIY Style
The back has a keyhole opening with a chainloop closure. If you need more of a visual for how to do this, here is my tutorial.
McCall's 7750 - Erica Bunker DIY Style
Overall, I like this top. I questioned whether I would after I was finished, but then I saw that I am SUPPOSED to wear it layered over something and it all made sense then. So, this will be something that I reach for often, because of how easy it is to just throw on and wear.

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4 comments

  1. I Love what you did with that left over material Faboulous indeed;-)

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  2. Cute top. Seems like it could be worn over a few strapless dresses to change the look.

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