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Pattern Reviews> Butterick> 5922 (Misses Top)

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Posted on:3/28/14 2:19 PM
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Caribbeanqueen said... (7/11/14 8:38 AM) Reply
I would advise against French seams on a knit. I have tried this before and in my experience, it ends up being too bulky. If you have a serger, serge. I don't have a serger so I do a double row of stitches followed by a zig zag on the edge.
Someday2005 said... (4/3/14 1:12 PM) Reply
Thank you Ms.Mcall and Danmar
Ms. McCall said... (3/31/14 3:06 PM) Reply
What a lovely top! Super chic, and simple but fits you perfectly!
Danmar said... (3/29/14 3:35 PM) Reply
Very pretty!
Someday2005 said... (3/29/14 10:58 AM) Reply
Thank you everyone for the nice comments. Thanks sewingcanary. I will practice doing French seams. I enjoy learning new sewing techniques.
said... (3/29/14 6:12 AM) Reply
Very pretty - I love the collar!
sewingcanary said... (3/29/14 3:32 AM) Reply
Clean, white and bright! French seams would be nice on a little top like this. They are easy to do and make a nice, smooth, clean finish. Do a practice piece. For 5/8 seams, I sew about from edge (WRONG sides together), trim to 1/8, fold, press or finger press, and sew 3/8 from edge. You need the trimming to remove extra threads and fluff or it will show up in your final seam.
Lagolden2 said... (3/28/14 11:46 PM) Reply
The attention to detail and the embroidery between the collar makes this blouse super special. Looks nice on you also.
olybinewski said... (3/28/14 3:05 PM) Reply
Very chic!
 
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