Top is complete!

For such a simple top, it took me way too much time to complete it. I just could not get in my sewing room to work on it as I wanted. I finished it this morning and I am happy to say I did start sewing on the Simplicity dress.

Below are a few photos of my completed top. The fabric is from Gorgeous Fabrics. Ann calls this fabric-Monet Knit. I thought when I received my fabric it was going to be a bear to sew with. NOT AT ALL. It really did well. This is somewhat like a lightweight buttermilk knit, maybe like single span.


The KS pattern calls for long sleeves or sleeveless. I wanted 3/4 sleeves so adjusted the long sleeve pattern to fit. I used a medium through the shoulders, neck and upper chest area, tapering to large from bust down. I ended up taking an additional 1/4 inch seam through the armscye for a better fit. I added a CB seam to allow for upper back as well as swayback adjustment. I like a CB seam as it allows for taking a deeper seam in the back if necessary.


This pattern was easy to sew and the instructions with KS patterns are so easy to follow. The drawings add an additional support if you need them. Sometimes I do and sometimes I don't.

Front has gathered center front seam and ends close to waist line.
Another view of the front.
The back view with center back seam.

Comments

  1. I like it! You must look awesome in it!

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  2. Very cute top, I really like it.

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  3. I really like this top. I like the front gathers, they draw the eye up to the neckline.

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