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Harvest Top

Added Sep 15, 2010

by polychromatin

Halle, Germany






Finally finished something I started at least half a year ago. Nice and warm jersey fabric, unfortunately it wasn’t enough fabric to make a longsleeve out of it, but with a cardigan, perfect for autumn. I altered the Lydia pattern a lot, changed the neckline inspired by a shirt I bought some time ago. I left the edges raw, it’s like I used rib knit but didn’t fold it over. I like the look of it and otherwise it would’ve been too thick.

Material Notes

cotton jersey




Spring, Fall
Garment Type

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    Oct 6, 2010, 06.16 PMby ghainskom

    Süß, erinnert mich irgendwie an ein Kindesbody (onesie), weiß du? Auf gute Weise :)

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    Sep 16, 2010, 11.09 AMby giunta

    love those shoulder! how did you do them? was it enough to slide the seam line on the front?

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      Sep 16, 2010, 02.33 PMby polychromatin

      i’m not sure if i understood your question. the neckline is made quiet easy, the pattern peaces on the front overlap, they’re both sewn together with back pattern piece. and the little flaps are attachted to the front patern piece, otherwise they resited to roll back and fold over ;) was that clear?

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    Sep 15, 2010, 07.24 PMby asperge11

    very nice top and hey we have the same corn in our garden :)

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      Sep 16, 2010, 02.29 PMby polychromatin

      hehe, thanks, but unfortunately that was not my garden, just a field near my home ;)

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    Sep 15, 2010, 05.48 PMby nettynoonoo

    love it , love the way you did the shoulders xxx

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