And... voila! Really simple to sew together, even without the instructions. However, I have sewn for years, so a simple top like this is easy for me to look back over past sewing pattern instructions to figure out techniques for construction if need be.
I'm not wearing the most supportive underbits, which would be similar to most of my swimsuits. So you may notice a few draglines that might not normally be there if I had a more supportive bra on.
How did I get it to do that?! These are the only fit adjustments I entered - full bust, standard arm, narrow shoulders. I believe I used a B size protruding belly. Everything else was listed as "balanced" and I used the required minimum measurements. I didn't use the pro fit option for this. Frankly, I'm shocked at how well it fits without entering my personal measurements. I'm really excited to try making this as a dress now that I can see how well it fits!
- Arm fullness: From "normal" to "Larger"
- Shoulder Width: From "narrow" to "balanced"