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Posted on:9/7/09 8:25 PM

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kimmielovesparis said...
Great job. You look fabulous.
9/7/09 8:39 PM
Raye Ann said...
doesn't success feel good? it looks good on you! I am making this pattern right now, too. so far I have done the pants and the skirt and am almost finished with the cardigan. i recommend them all.
9/7/09 11:36 PM
homejewel said...
The top looks wonderful on you. This is one of my TNT patterns. I love it. I need to reread the neckline instructions because I don't remember doing it the way you mentioned. Here's how I did it: with right sides together, I sewed the ends of the neckline binding. Then I folded wrong sides together lengthwise, and pinned it to the neckline, stretching to fit, with raw edges up, sewing 3/8-in. seam allowance. Then I topstitched. It worked beautifully.
9/8/09 2:14 AM
mhk3boys said...
Wow! Your top looks so great!
9/8/09 8:45 AM
racehorse said...
homejewel, did you hand sew the binding into place before top stitching? To me, the binding looks loose and not as professional as RTW. I plan to make a couple more of these with long sleeves. I'd also love to make a cardigan but I'm not sure if I should use this pattern, or the Jalie cardigan pattern.
9/8/09 9:31 AM
homejewel said...
No, I didn't sew anything by hand. After sewing the ends together and folding the binding lengthwise (with wrong sides together), I machine sewed 3/8-in seams with raw edges of neckline to raw edges of binding. It helps if you divide both the neckline and binding in fours and match up those four places. The binding will be smaller than the neckline, so you stretch as you sew to make it even. After that is done, then you topstitch. Here's a closeup of the first top I did (not perfect), but it might show the neckline a little better.
9/8/09 12:46 PM
racehorse said...
Thanks for posting that link. That is so helpful! I couldn't for the life of me understand what I was supposed to be doing, now it's completely obvious! Now I'll know for the next time I make this! Thanks so much! Incidentally, since you are so tall, I have sort of been stalking you to see what patterns you use. Hope you don't mind lol.
9/8/09 1:55 PM
homejewel said...
Nope!! Not at all. Be sure to check out Heidiho's patterns. I stalk her too (and she knows it). LOL Oh, but keep in mind I have small bust issues and broad back. I, too, have a long inseam - probably 38 in!
9/8/09 3:19 PM
CindieSue said...
I just bought this pattern today. This will be my first sewing project on my own! You are giving me a lot of confidence!!!
9/14/09 10:36 PM
knitsewmuch said...
You look great. Lovely fabric and perfect fit.
3/6/13 7:15 PM
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