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Tuesday, June 01, 2021

A Finished Top!

Notched Hem Tank Top

I finished my Notched Hem Tank Top!  This is knit in Juniper Moon Farms Zooey in the Sloop colorway and it's knit almost exactly as the pattern is written.  The only thing I changed was the neck and arm edgings.  The pattern has a knit edging, but I used a few rounds of single crochet instead.  When I had finished knitting it, I tried it on and while I liked the neckline, the armholes felt a little big and open to me, so I did two rounds of SC on the neck and four rounds in each armhole.  Then I wove in the ends and washed it and let it dry flat to block.  The Zooey is a cotton and linen blend yarn which should be great for our North Texas climate, but I'm pretty sure it will shrink if I toss it in the dryer.

I'm hoping to get a lot of wear out of it this summer and honestly, if I do, I would probably knit this again!

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