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Asymmetrical Jersey Top 01/2014 #122



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34, 36, 38, 40, 42, 44 See Sizing Chart
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Women’s top sewing pattern available for download. Available in various sizes and is produced by burda style magazine.

Highlight the waist gathers of this tunic top with a striped fabric. You can never have too many long sleeved tees, so why not have some fun with an asymmetrical hem?

This pattern is from the Mod Square collection.

Recommended Materials

use stretch jersey fabrics only

Amount of Fabrics

Striped stretch jersey,
width: 150 cm (59")
length: sizes 34, 36: 1.90 m (2 1/8 yds),
sizes 38, 40: 1.95 m (2 1/8 yds),
sizes 42, 44: 2.00 m (2¼ yds)

Vilene Bias Tape/stay tape

Transparent elastic band, 6 mm (¼") wide: approx. 0.35 m (3/8 yd)

Machine sewing needles, twin needles(space 2 mm) and hand sewing needles

Seam Allowance

This pattern doesn't include seam allowance

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    Apr 19, 2016, 12.46 PMby ines1

    I actually have tossed this pattern away, I think it is just terrible. The problem is the amount of bulk from the pleats at the front neckline…there’s so much there that the neck at the CF sits up on my throat, extremely uncomfortable. I tried adjusting it by cutting a lower neckline but the pleating effect means the fabric just wants to sit way higher than is comfortable on me. The shoulder seams also do not sit flat but kick up, as the fabric is pulling it sideways. Now I look at the model, I can see she has her hand up to cover the CF neckline (where it sits really high) and you can actually see the should seams kicking up…. It’s such a shame because it looks so fantastic on the model and I had the most gorgeous striped fabric (which is now out of stock) and I’m going to have to put it in the scraps bag.

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    Nov 28, 2014, 03.52 PMby Connie Lawson

    I have this pattern in the magazine and I’m totally confused, the instructions aren’t right as to where the pattern pieces are, can some body please help me out! I bought the fabric to make this top but can’t seem to figure out the pattern pieces. Help

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    Feb 17, 2014, 03.52 PMby allpowerfulstephanie

    The instructions say to cut 2 each of the front and back. It should be 1 each based on the cutting layout diagram.

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    Feb 10, 2014, 04.25 PMby allpowerfulstephanie

    Should the stretch jersey be 100% cotton or can it be a poly/rayon/spandex blend?

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      Feb 14, 2014, 03.47 PMby loribee

      I did mine in a rayon blend and it’s lovely. Any of those options would work.

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