Added Sep 4, 2013
So this is a top that I made for sixth form, which I start on Friday. I had a few issues with this top, mainly because I thought it was a knit when it really was a cotton. I figured it out when it started to fray… The fact that I thought it was a knit meant that there was an unnecessary amount of zigzagging going on plus the using a pattern designed for knits. I was really worried about the sleeves being really tight because there’s no stretch but they seem to be okay. Blogged about here: http://ladysewalot.co.uk/index.php/sixth-form-top/
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