As you can see its now the week hours of the morning on Wednesday, not Tuesday, but I refuse to let this go unposted, haha! I have been battling with technology all day, working to make this video, editing, clipping, uploading and finally it can be shared. I admit, earlier tonight when I repeatedly got an “upload failed” I thought for a moment, “it’s just not meant to be seen”.
I’ve seen comments pop up lately in a few different social media groups about how necklines seem to cause grief to some sewists and yet look amazing on others. When a garment is laid out or hanging on display, it’s one of the firsts things that may catch the eye if it’s off, but rarely goes noticed when it looks great. It is part of the construction that sometimes has a learning curve, and should definitely get easier with practice. My hope is that this video gives a few pointers to help you improve your technique, and put you in the path to wave-free, even necklines everytime!
This is the Skipper Top from Sew Much Ado. Such a quick sew. Easy to follow directions and super cute on! My daughter was a huge fan!