Sunday, September 18, 2016

#OWOP - Kwik.Sew 3740

It is on again this year and is being hosted by Hannah from Cinderellis Sews from Saturday 10 September to Friday 16 September 2016,

and it shouldn't be a surprise to anyone who knows me that I have chosen Kwik.Sew 3740 as my pattern.

This is my go to TNT knit top, and I have made numerous versions, some of which have worn out completely.


Here is the week's worth, not necessarily in the right date order.

Coffee/grey/cream
This is as per the pattern, no changes made.

Orange Swirls
This is as per the pattern, no changes made.

Lemon T-Shirt and Cardigan
The lemon t-shirt has had the neckline raised by 2cm.
The cardigan is my t-shirt pattern with the front pattern not cut on the fold and the edges turned under 1cm.

Chartreuse, grey and ink navy
This top has had the neckline raised by 2cm.

Blue and Gold Swirls
This top has had the neckline raised by 3cm.

Orange arrow
This top has had the neckline raised by 4cm.

Red, Coffee, cream cowl top
This is as per the pattern, no changes made.

I have got a few more versions that I want to play with for summer so expect to see a lot more of this pattern.

Hannah also organised some fantastic prizes for this week and I found out on the 2nd day that I had won a Colette pattern, now to make a decision.


6 comments:

Sarah Liz said...

A really lovely selection of tops. Working one pattern and working it well really does pay off.

becki-c said...

What an outfit!
So versatile. You have such an eye for color

fadanista.com said...

Such a wonderful selection of tops - they suit you so well. Congratulations on winning a prize!

Lightning McStitch said...

Congratulations! What a great week of tops, nicely played.

Carolyn said...

That pattern is a real winner for you! It's wonderful to have such a good basic in your repertoire. Congratulations on winning a prize! Their new pattern for a dress looks quite nice :)

Gail said...

Terrific set of tops. I a shirt pattern from McCalls that I've a few of over the years - I believe that if it works there is no reason to look for new solutions.