Juicy Couture Style Amy S.

Added Nov 9, 2008

by deviousdee1

Birmingham, Unit...

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Description

As it getting really cold here I decided to try the Amy. After searching high and low for knitted fabric and sweatshirt fabric I almost gave up till I found this pinstripe velour. It cost £1.00 a metre! Bought 2 metres. Also bought 1 metre of ribbing for £3.50 (got loads left).

As its not stretchy I made it in the largest size so it would go over a t-shirt easily. I used red cotton to brigthen it up a little (I love red!) and I left the ends of the waistband showing to give it an unfinished feel. Prefered to have the placket in the same material instead of ribbing as I thought it would look better. Struggled with the placket but I’m very happy with the result!

My boyfrend said it looked like a Juicy tracksuit I used to have hence the name lol!

Material Notes

Velour, Ribbing

Difficulty

Novice

Categories

Credits

Burda Style!

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    Nov 10, 2008, 12.13 AMby victors

    This looks great and I’ll bet it serves you well over winter ;)

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    Nov 9, 2008, 02.31 PMby justmica

    It’s great!!! Love the fabrics which you use!!

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