- sleeve length options
- sizes: 6M to 16Y
- Option: front and back flounces
- sewing knits
- sewing knit bands around neckline and armholes
Some AGF knit for her Cascade Tee
I measured her accurately and it placed her in size 14Y for bust and size 12Y everywhere else.
Since my AGF knit was rather soft and stretchy, I cut a straight size 12Y.
She didn’t know I was sewing hre this top so I chose the options unilateraly: sleeveless and with flounce.
Neckline and armholes were finished with knit bands, so you’ll need some knit with good stretch and recovery.
Evrything was sewn with my serger (Janome 744D). I left the flounces unhemmed because of the drape of the fabric…and also because I would have had to uncover my coverlock machine!
Tip: since the flounce is cut on the fold, be aware that using a directional fabric will mean having one half upside-down. My fabric was directional with quotes, but it’s hardly noticeable!
I think I could have shorten the tee at the hem.
I had bought that pattern when it was released and never sewn it. Sometimes, you just need time and the right type of fabric.
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