Upscale Techniques and Nifty Necklines

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Upscale Techniques and Nifty Necklines Pattern

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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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Category:

Sewing

Type:

Clothing

Fit:

Women

Item:

Shirt

Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Pattern Description:

Frustrated with the high cost of unique knit top patterns, and the rudimentary, 'simple' techniques given in most knit patterns, I set out to develop my TOP PRIORITIES line to offer my 'tried and true' technique for improving construction AND creating great, creative designs...all using the basic knit top pattern you already have, or my great new (Sept. '14) Londa's Terrific 'T' Knit Top Pattern.
You will LOVE this pattern because of the unique techniques taught - especially the clear elastic 'snappy' edges, and the 10 different necklines you can create!

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • sizes determined by basic pattern used: if Terrific T used you have XS - 3XL

Materials:

  • Fabric as for each view. This pattern features knit fabrics for the basic top though some embellishment fabrics may be woven.

You Will Also Need:

  • 75 stretch needle

About Designer

About Designer

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Mom taught me to sew - then put me on a clothing allowance: $25/MONTH - but that was back in 1966. The ONLY way I could satisfy my clothing appetite was to make it myself. That lead to a major in Home Ec., managing a craft store, custom dressmaking - running my own fabric store/machine dealership from 1990 - 2003, and now I travel the country presenting my classes on creative sewing at sewing ...

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