I was confused by some the Jennifer neckline instructions, so while I was figuring it out I thought I'd take lots of pictures to show how I did it. I did deviate in a few places, but it worked for me so I'm happy.

At this stage of construction, you should have the back yoke pieces assembled to the lower back, and the shoulder seams of the front and back sewn together.

Technique Materials

Jennifer pattern, fashion fabric, pin tucked panel, scissors, sewing machine, pins, thread.

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    Jan 4, 2010, 02.29 AMby willozza

    Just wanted to say thanks for posting this very helpful how to. I used it to make my Jennifer top.

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      Jan 4, 2010, 06.03 PMby wzrdreams

      I’m so glad it was helpful!

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    Dec 3, 2009, 11.52 AMby nilgun157

    çok güzel olmuş kutlarım

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    Nov 22, 2009, 02.57 PMby manartantawie

    This is an innovation idea to close neckline( décolleté)

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    Sep 30, 2009, 10.48 PMby giffengood

    Thanks for posting this. It will be helpful for me for certain! I was confused by the original instruction the pattern came with. Thanks for taking time to post this!

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