Added Sep 14, 2007
A plain cardigan to my lace skirt. Made of comfy navy cotton jersey that shrunk after the first wash (I did NOT plan the 7/8 sleeves) and some left-over piping I never used for what it was meant for. So a warning for you out there: wash cotton fabrics before you start cutting. Otherwise you end up like this one: the knot was meant to lie on the belly (and not between my boobs), the sleeves were meant to have normal length (and not look like as if I would have borrowed it from a much shorter person). Well, I still like it, so I’ll cut the wining and just wear it. The pattern is from Burda WoF july 2007 #128.
cotton jersey, piping
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