Huzzah, a new top! I'm really excited for this one-I wanted a generous fit, and I ended up with about 12 inches of positive ease, and I love it. I'm a huge fan of big on top, tight on bottom, and I am feeling every inch of this baggy knit tee/pencil skirt combo right now.
I knit this pretty much as written, but I skipped the last raglan decrease because I wanted a more generous neckline. I was hoping that this would use up all the rest of this yarn, but I still have most of a skein left. This was a super enjoyable, laid back, easy knit. I love the stripes, and I was always super motivated to get to the next one. Like I said, I'm thrilled with how this ended up, and I'll definitely be wearing it a lot with pencil skirts/skinny jeans/shorts. I have trouble wearing some of my knit garments because they feel too "nice," but this is super comfy and casual, so I should get a lot of wear out of it!
Ravelry Page: Work + Shelter Lace Striped Tee
Pattern: WORK+SHELTER Lace Striped Sweaters
Yarn: Lion Brand Cotton-Ease
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That's a beautiful top! I love the stripes and the color and how roomy it looks! Well done!ReplyDelete
I just love it! It fits you perfectly too.ReplyDelete
beautiful color !ReplyDelete
That top looks perfect on you! I agree, loose on top, tight on the bottom looks best. I rarely knit clothing, but your version of this pattern makes it so tempting...ReplyDelete
Super cute! I really like this look on you!ReplyDelete
Terrific job on this top. You are are inspiration when it comes to these types of patterns. Because of you, I added that crop top one to my Year of Projects list.ReplyDelete
Fantastic project! Love it paired with the tight skirt.ReplyDelete
that's a very pretty top. You did a good job on it.ReplyDelete
I really like how that top looks on you. I enjoy the lace and stockinette stripes, too. Great job!ReplyDelete