Boat Neck Top Pattern by Blaverry : Pattern Review
I sewed the Star Top pattern by Blaverry. I’ve been wanting to make it forever, and I finally did. Here’s my review!
The construction is beautiful inside & out; just like the Cruise Chino Shorts I made this summer.
The yoke is attached like a facing, and stitched down using a twin needle. Then the shoulders are reinforced with a bar tack.
I’m not quite sure if you can see my bar tack… But it’s there.
There are so many cute patterns available at Blaverry. I’ve been seeing occasional sales on the new Blaverry Facebook page, as well as blog tours and pattern tester calls. Head over there if you want to keep tabs on this awesome pattern line.
I used a Stenzo jersey knit from L’Ouseau. I like to use quality fabric with Blaverry patterns, because I know I’ll end up with a high end garment.
We love the Star Top pattern from Blaverry. I think I’ll make another for my 9 year old. It would be a cute tunic too!
All in all, it’s a real quick sew. It’s labeled intermediate, but I think an adventurous beginner could swing it. Just make accurate cuts, & take your time on the yoke.
Until next time!