Member since 4/10/10
Date: 2/4/11 6:51 PM
Someone please check out anthropologie.com: knit top called "roses in the rain". How would one do the tuck at the neckline of this T? It is really a unique look.
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Member since 5/10/06
Date: 2/4/11 9:29 PM
Here is the top:
This link may or may not work.
It looks like half the front is cut as a cowl tee, and the other half as a plain tee. The cowl part is longer than the plain part, and it is pleated and sewn into the other side in a little dart. Not explaining very well and I can't draw, but perhaps that helps a little, if you can look at the shape of a cowl tee versus a regular. I am partial to Simplicity 2696 as a cut on cowl top, now OOP but widely available for cheap, but there are tons of patterns in this vein.
2007: purchased 115+, sewed 105+
So close to parity, yet so far
Trying again in 2008
Yards purchased: 133
Yards sewn: Somewhere around 95
2009? I give up
Member since 1/12/04
Date: 2/4/11 10:37 PM
It looks like a draped cowl on one side, and a regular neckline on the other side with the darts rotated into the neckline and tucked under the normal side.
draping a cowl.
HOpefully this will go to the dart section and not the top of the section.
-- Edited on 2/4/11 10:39 PM --
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Member since 2/12/06
Subject: Topic moved Date: 2/9/11 2:43 PM
This topic has been moved from Fashion Styles and Trends to Pattern Modifications, Design Changes & Pattern Drafting
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Member since 5/12/10
Date: 3/9/11 12:52 PM
This pattern is very similar, OOP now - Butterick 5283.