I live in Canada, so making a Linden Sweatshirt in July is not only quick and fun, it’s also (sadly) practical. I’ve made 2 other versions of this top in the past and I’m sure there will be more in the future. The Linden is one of my favorite patterns.
Project: Summer Linden Sweatshirt from Grainline Studio
Fabric: Knit jacquard.
Total Cost: $30
Fabric: $8.99 for 1/2 metre
Notions: Thread, $2
Time: 1.5 hours inclusive
Fit: I made my usual size 2 for this pattern. I could probably use a Full Bust Adjustment for this shorter version, but I think it’s fine with the stretch fabric.
What to work on: Pattern placement, pattern placement, pattern placement. It wasn’t until I saw these pictures that I noticed the low flower-boob situation.
Skills/Techniques: I used my serger on the seams.