The Lacy Knit Top Sewing Pattern
The design for the Lacy Knit Top was a result of our everlasting Covid lockdown! Whether lounging at home, working in the studio, or working out in our home gym ~ this top hit the mark. Semi-fitted in the bust area, looser thru the hips, and a little longer in the center front and back. My favorite versions of this top are sewn with a rayon knit and fashionable lace and the 2nd sewn with athleisure sportswear and mesh fabric. (You might notice that I am wearing the Shirley Wrap as a dress)
This comfortable, stylish knit top is easy to sew and perfect for beginners! Here are the details:
The Lacy Knit Top #AW2008
A stylish top for athletic wear or dress it up with lace and velvet.
- Available in Misses Sizes 0 – 18 and Plus Sizes 16W – 36W
- Skill Level: Beginner
- 3 sleeve versions: tank, short, and long sleeve
- Knit fabric with at least 3% stretch: rayon knit, ITY knit, bamboo knit, jersey knit, athleisure wear
- Contrast fabric could be the same fabric, just a different color or really mix it up with stretch lace or mesh fabric.
Discount on Supplies Needed to Sew the Lacy
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Leave a Comment for a Chance to Win the Lacy Pattern
If you would like to win the Lacy pattern in paper or PDF format, leave a comment below and let me know if you are plan on sewing the Lacy for atheisure or fancy lace.
You can also leave a comment on Facebook and Instagram for extra chances to win. I will draw 1 random winner from EACH location during Behind the Scenes live Facebook and YouTube Show Wednesday, January 6, 2021 at 1:30pm Eastern. Good luck!
I know many of you in the Fashion Sewing Club have already sewn this top and I love seeing the variations and fabric combinations. If you have already sewn up the Lacy, be sure to share photos and I will feature you on the show.
Below is one of my episode’s of It’s Sew Easy which includes tips for sewing lace fabric and a tutorial on starting with the Ruched-T and designing your own Lacy style top!