Added Jul 12, 2013
Double layer top with a twist at the shoulder.
I used a fine white jersey, but found as it is double layered you could see the under layer & it crinckled so you could see it…SO… I decided to trim down the under layer to waist length….. Only to find out I twisted the shoulders the wrong way :( Good news is love the layered effect :) I did wonder why I couldnt get it to look right!
I overlocked all edges & did a long straight stitch on both hems.
I have been sewing “easy” patterns for a while now but wouldnt call this a Novice pattern at all….. attatching the shoulders reminded me of learning to put a lining to a jacket.
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