The one and only problem I had, and it was my own fault. I overlocked the hem, then used a twin needle to top stitch the hem (too lazy to change the thread on my Janome cover-pro). This was a big mistake...Firstly I should not have tried to twin needle stitch over an overlocked edge...The whole hem had major tunnelling. Actually I didn't know why I did this because usually I just sew without overlocking the edge if I'm using a twin needle.
Lesson learnt...I re-did the hem with the cover-stitch machine and it turned out perfect.
|Unpicking started off well, I use cheap snips to do this...Though in|
the end I cut the hem off and started again.
|The cover stitching was perfect, no missed stitches. I used my 'Humper|
Jumper' to go over the seams.
|Vogue 8634 Size: M. Easy sew a little big fitting wise, but I would definitely sew|
this top again.
|Long top made to be worn with tights...not over this A frame skirt. I had|
a reluctant model who didn't want to change into tights for the pic.
|It looks lovely and warm for winter but I think I could have made it|
slightly more fitted...
|The fitting of this top is a bit big because my model had 2 layers|
of clothing underneath when I did the fitting so now it looks slightly loose!