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and yet again...leg of mutton knit top

Added Dec 9, 2010

by Sewing And S...

Courtown Harbour...






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    Dec 10, 2010, 12.10 AMby katanarose

    Got pattern – duuuurrrr. And yes, kudos on the black checks in the middle and the heroic effort to line up the checks in the neckline with that of the bodice – well done!

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    Dec 9, 2010, 09.11 PMby cantare

    I love it! I especially like how you got the black argiles to make a nice line down the front. This leg-o-mutton looks MUCH better than the 80s version!

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      Dec 9, 2010, 09.25 PMby Sewing And Style

      Never even thought of this until saw the finished version))))

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    Dec 9, 2010, 07.23 PMby katanarose

    Whoa! I like that! I really like the way that you turned the check pattern on a 45 degree angle to accentuate the positives! :3 Is this a pullover and what pattern did you use? – muuuuust haveeeeee – The sleeve length is perfect for the darkness of the fabric and tone of the piece – sweet!

    Best use of an argyle fabric EVAR! (and well, a pretty swanky argyle too – so sparkly yet could be worn for work – nice find!)

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      Dec 9, 2010, 08.37 PMby Sewing And Style

      thanks! Interestingly, the check just turned itself due to a pattern piece position on the fabric- I love it too. The pattern is free, the link is in the discription.

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    Dec 9, 2010, 07.18 PMby angelical

    I think I prefer this sleeve length.. it looks more edgy ;)

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