Ottobre with a twist
This is actually a black top but I've lifted the brightness so that the twist is visible. Plus all those wrinkles and lines, lol. I swear they're not as visible in real life. I'll just make sure not to stand in any spotlights!
After making one front and holding it against myself, I went back and added a wedge to the hem starting at 3.5cm at the center front and tapering to nothing at the side seam. This extra length allowed for the fabric being taken up by the twist.
I added a facing to the back neckline to make a tidier finish. Then I just followed the instructions for KS3360. :-)
Next time (and I think there will be a next time because I like it) I think I will bind the entire front edge and back neckline instead of folding in a hem. I'm also thinking of trying a version, without the inset, as a cardy over all my other Ottobre tees, or, at the very least, a contrast inset.
I looove Ottobre!
Edited to add: For a better look at the photos here's a link to the album. I'm trying to work out these photo sizing issues.