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Create this comfortable and pretty top, great for any occasion. You will need a jersey fabric block pattern ready in the size you want to make it. You ...
Draw around the bodice block. lower the armscye 2cm at side seams. Lower the neckline 5cm on front, 6 cm on back and take 4cm off at the ...
Pin pattern pieces to fabric ensuring to lay them on the correct grain-line and on the fold if necessary. Mark out the length of the neck and hem ...
Using an overlocker, use a 2mm seam edge finishing. Alternatively you can leave these edges raw.
By hand, stitch a row of running stitch using tacking thread and a ball point needle inside the seam allowance of the ruffle pieces. Pull the thread and ...
Use a standard overlocking stitch on the front and back pieces, (excluding neck, hem and armscye seam allowances). Pin and stitch the garment at the side seams and ...
Apply a row of top-stitching either side of the seam-lines on the shoulders and side seams for extra strength and for a clean finish. Stitch approximately 8mm from ...
Join both ends of the neck and garment hem together to make large loops. Press the seams, then press them open. With right side of neck hem facing ...
Use tacking thread to hand baste the hems and ruffle over into place. Then stitch a row of top-stitching close to the seams. Press the seams flat to ...
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