Coming in fourth place on our list of the Best Patterns of 2013 is the New Look 6150 Misses Top.
New Look 6150 has a simple and sleek silhouette that can transition easily from work attire to weekend casual.
1SewSweet says, “I love this top very much and it received a lot of compliments at work too!”
"With the sleeve and front variations this pattern offers many possibilities. As predicted in my last review it will be showing up many times in my sewing queue." - SewWil
This easy-to-sew pattern is great for novice sewers or advanced sewers interested in adding unique embellishments.
“For added interest, I sewed on a protea cut from my off-cut fabric which I did without any backing or interfacing.” - ak21
“This is a great basic design that I think will be great on its own or as a layering piece. For more versatility, I also made a matching infinity scarf.” - Peggyscloset
The ruched sleeves in three different lengths offer a more polished appeal.
“I like that this gives a tee a different look with the ruched sleeves.” - mars418
craftsanctuary says, “A basic knit top with ruched sleeves--a first for me! I tend to make a lot of dresses, and a lot of summer clothes. I wanted to make something that I would get a lot of use out of in the chillier months.”
This knitted top with surplice or boat neckline gives you both modest coverage and style.
“I will definitely make this my go to pattern for a surplice front bodice. It is absoulutely flattering and modest. No worries about gapping, or needing to wear a cami.” - wendlesue
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PatternReview's Best Patterns of 2013:
#1 McCall’s 6844
#2 Archer Shirt
#3 Vogue Patterns 8904
#4 New Look 6150
#5 New Look 6097
#6 Vogue Patterns 8766
#7 Scout Woven Tee
#8 Anna Dress
#9 Simplicity 1716
#10 Vogue 1314