Pullover Tunic with V-Neck
I know many of you who sew have the same problem that we do here at Brunch & Sew. Piles and piles of fabric purchased for future projects but those future projects have yet to come into fruition. We're trying to do better here so we went into our fabric inventory, closed our eyes, pulled out the first fabric to make "something". What a something it was!! A pullover tunic that I know Andrea Fenise has worn a many times already. Here's a pattern review of M7473 with fabric purchased from Hancock Fabric over 6 years ago.
I love patterns like these! In a one to two hour sitting, I cut the pattern pieces, the fabric, and constructed the top completely. I lives up to it's promise of an easy pattern. The directions were very easy to follow along, no intermediate skill sets needed. The only alteration I made was to the armhole facing. It was tad bit too big. Oh I didn't particularly care for taking my time in the hem of the curved pattern but I was having a lazy moment.
What I loved about this top the most are the many ways I could wear this ONE top. It can be worn through different seasons and with many different bottoms. Jeans, leather skirt, short denim shorts in the spring or summer, I mean the number of wears are endless. I would highly recommend making this top.
Have any of you sewn the McCall's 7473 pattern? Which top variation did you make? How did you style it? We'd love to know.