|Pattern Description: |
Pullover tops. A: Armhole bands. A,B,C: Close-fitting, neck bands. D: Very loose-fitting, reverse construction finish on neckline, front and back cut-in-one, narrow hem, openings for arms and wrong side shows on back hemline. Loose-fitting shorts or straight-legged pants have elastic waist. E: Attached tie. Designed for A,B,C,D: moderate stretch knits only; E,F: medium weight woven and knit fabrics.
XSM-Med This is for view D – I made a Medium, but for the next I will make the small.
Did it look like the photo/drawing on the pattern envelope once you were done sewing with it?
Yes, if I sit like her I guess. I don’t think the single image shows the wearing options.
Were the instructions easy to follow?
Yes, though I had to turn the radio off at points to be sure I concentrated. If you follow the pictures and read carefully, you will do fine.
What did you particularly like or dislike about the pattern?
I had no dislikes on this one.
I liked the option of wearing this as a cowl neck shirt or a poncho. I liked the seams and the armhole openings. I like that it looks like more effort than it really is.
very light weight knit from my stash
Pattern alterations or any design changes you made:
Would you sew it again? Would you recommend it to others?
I might make view D again with a much smaller cowl or none at all.
I really like this top it has sleeves that are short enough to not get in the way and just enough warmth when you only need a little. Be sure to use a very lightweight fabric. This top also works great as a nursing cover! My son got lost under all the fabric!