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Paneled Jersey Top, without all panels

Added Jan 25, 2015

by melissaseams...

Los Angeles, Cal...

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Description

I decided to use this shirt pattern with a single piece of fabric front and back instead of doing the patchwork. I like the shoulder detail and it is a comfortable shirt, although I tried and gave up on getting rid of the cowl neck. One note about comfort is that the seam on the lower sleeve feels a bit tight on both shirts I made, even though I stretched the fabric a bit while serging it. A knit stitch on a regular machine might be more comfortable than my serged seam, which doesn’t have enough stretch – probably due to operator error / ignorance.

Material Notes

I used permanent red marker (Copic) to turn the white stripes red on the navy fabric. Hopefully it will withstand washing…

Difficulty

Intermediate

Categories

Season
Spring, Fall
For
Women
Garment Type
Tops

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    Feb 2, 2015, 03.22 PMby nrobson

    looks pretty cool

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    Jan 26, 2015, 09.07 AMby Mary Athey

    Love this, I actually love a cowl neck and I think this ones really pretty x

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    Jan 26, 2015, 01.11 AMby rita61

    Neat combination. I wish it didn’t have a cowl neck as well.

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