Wednesday, February 13, 2019

Taos Top

Taos top by Thread Bear Garments made with Mood Fabrics



I love it when I can get a couple of garments out of yardage, this is my second garment from this fabulous knit stripe



Taos top by Thread Bear Garments made with Mood Fabrics - back


This fabrics is from my Fulton Sweater Blazer and the stripe is this one from Mood

Oh but I forgot the pattern, the first one released from Thread Bear and it is the fabulous Taos Top


I made view A with view B collar, I always love a good cowl new collar.  I did use the navy -cream stripe to line up the front and the collar.

Taos top by Thread Bear Garments made with Mood Fabrics - neck matching


This pattern by Leslie, is such a winner.  Classic look with fun details and is easy to sew, plus it can use up some of your smaller knit pieces by color blocking.
Taos top by Thread Bear Garments made with Mood Fabrics - neck matching


I have plans for more, especially after I saw more Taos tops in person.  At the Sew Altered Style class in Kansas City.  View B is fantastic, too and one was made in a fleece back knit.  Oh, so cozy.

Here is how I will wear this one for winter, might need to make a navy or mustard Fulton to go with it
Taos top by Thread Bear Garments made with Mood Fabrics

4 comments:

  1. Love the cowl and the fabric.

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  2. It is very pretty. Love the necklace too.

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  4. Hi Lori, I'm so thrilled to have found your blog. Like you, I learned to sew in junior high home ec class, and also from my mom. I made all of my own clothes for years. Then, I took about a 20 year! break. I'm feeling the pull to start sewing garments again, but I've been so discouraged trying to find fabric. The big chains cater to crafts, and there are few fabric stores near me. Do you mind my asking where you shop for most of yours? Do you buy most of your fabric online? I have really enjoyed reading through your blog and seeing so many fabulous creations. Karen

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