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Possibly the best pattern ever ever ever!

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ProcrastinatingPat Sun 21-Jun-15 10:03:21

It's the Colette Moneta!
I love it. It's such a gorgeous silhouette and so easy to make. Also the variations are endless.

Has anyone else tried it.

theconstantvacuumer Sun 21-Jun-15 14:08:14

I'm considering it although I'm not one for fitted styles like the top. But it looks good on all the photos of various sized ladies I've seen.

ProcrastinatingPat Sun 21-Jun-15 16:08:15

Well I'm a hefty hector and I think it's flattering. Especially if u get the fabric to drape nicely

AnthonyPandy Sun 21-Jun-15 18:26:27

Do you have to have a special machine to use jersey fabric? I remember when I bought mine I was asked if I was going to use jersey and I said no. I really like the look of the dress but would prefer it in a cotton fabric.

ProcrastinatingPat Sun 21-Jun-15 18:29:41

I made my first with a regular machine just zig zagged the edges. As long as u have a double neddle for the hems it's dead easy.

Tangerineandturquoise Wed 24-Jun-15 14:32:57

Most machines will have a stretch stitch and some will have more than one-on your machine stitch guide it will look like a zig zag and you may have one that looks like saw teeth or lightening bolts.

I have the pattern but have yet to put it together.

fruitscone Thu 25-Jun-15 04:48:47

what's a double needle for the hems (sewing novice face) - I like the look of this a lot.

fruitscone Thu 25-Jun-15 04:59:51

OK just googled it. I am now all the wiser (and scared of sewing knits, even though I really want to)

lavendersun Thu 25-Jun-15 17:50:16

I bought this pattern in March - still sat here waiting to see the light of day.

Good to know that you like it Procrastinating. I will report in if ever I do make it.

Tangerineandturquoise Thu 25-Jun-15 20:08:51

I wouldn't be scared of a double needle, but if you are you could sew the hemline twice it just wont look as "finished"

RandomMess Thu 25-Jun-15 20:13:02

That would look awful on me sad

fruitscone Fri 26-Jun-15 08:11:45

Does the needle stop it fraying or is it just to make the seam stretchy? Would I need to zigzag all the edges first before making up (no overlocker)?

ShyGirlie Thu 02-Jul-15 07:24:15

this looks lovely! would a beginner be able to do it?!

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