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Paneled Jersey Top, without all panels

Added Jan 25, 2015

by melissaseams...

Los Angeles, Cal...




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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…




Spring, Fall
Garment Type

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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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