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Pattern Reviews> Jalie> 2910 (Women's Faux Wrap Tops)

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Posted on:10/14/13 4:12 PM
Last Updated:10/16/13 5:19 PM


Review Rating: Very Helpful by 3 people   
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8dove8 said... (12/17/13 7:01 PM) Reply
This is beautiful...a great choice for you in pattern and color...I am considering making it...I have many years sewing experience, but only recently bought a serger and a separate coverstitch...now I wonder why I waited and was so resistant...I finished hems on knits using a decorative stitch which stretched...I tested ones I liked from the many on my Viking with my knit fabric to see how much stretch they provided...now I have the coverstitch option too...it's very nice but not as distinctive as the decorative stitches are...
annem54 said... (10/18/13 4:04 AM) Reply
Thanks, Cleverclogs. Here I used a twin needle but didn't trim next to zig zag as it was already very close. Thank you everyone for your kind comments. BTW I see replies to comments starting 'in reply to ...' But I can't see how to do that. I looked up FAQs but didn't find an answer. Can you help? Thanks.
cleverclogs said... (10/17/13 5:57 PM) Reply
Congratulations- it looks terrific. Re hems- it is up to your preferences! If the fabric ravels a lot I use a traditional hem (fold fabric over twice.) If it is a knit, I just fold once, and use a twin needle. I then trim the hem as close as possible to the bobbin thread zig zagging, so it will more or less conceal the edge. If I think I need more weight, I overlock the edge then either straight stitch or twin needle. Just experiment on scraps and see what looks and feels best to you.
SavageCoco said... (10/16/13 11:37 PM) Reply
Oh, well done on your first garment! Keep going, you're gonna be great!
SavageCoco said... (10/16/13 11:36 PM) Reply
Oh, well done on your first garment! Keep going, you're gonna be great!
IngridTheresa said... (10/16/13 7:15 AM) Reply
I think you did a lovely job! Looks good on you!
TJSEWS said... (10/14/13 9:25 PM) Reply
The top looks great on you. It fits you quite nicely!
portercs said... (10/14/13 4:53 PM) Reply
Great job!!!
NEMDF said... (10/14/13 4:26 PM) Reply
Congratulations on first garment! It looks great. I don't know much about overlocking and coverstitching, but the top looks very nice! Well done!
 
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