Yay, a new Itch to Stitch pattern. I love patterns by Itch to Stitch*, I think they make up 75% of my wardrobe! Here is the Orono top!
What I like about the Itch to Stitch patterns is that I always learn a new technique. This time it is the pocket. You are being guided through the process and at the end you are amazed at how you created such a beautiful pocket. It is an inseam pocket that is attached to the front, although it looks like a welt pocket.
The Orono top is designed for knit with little stretch, about 15-30%, so sweat knit and interlock work well with this pattern. It has raglan sleeves and shoulder darts, and as I said inseam pockets which are created in a great way. It also has a cowl that you can wear up or double folded as I did. The Orono Top is now on sale with 20% discount!
Fabric: I bought this punta di roma fabric at Caresstoffen last week
Pattern: Orono top by Itch to Stitch
# Fabric this week: 0 in – 1 out (Total fabric in 2019: bought 2 – used 7 fabric – used 2 gifted fabric – used 0 scrap pieces of fabric) – in total 2 in 9 out
# Patterns I sewed in 2019: new patterns: bought 4 of which I sewed 1,
sewed unused pre-2019 patterns: 1
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