Sunday, January 7, 2018

Pattern Test - Bellavista Top by Itch to Stitch

Here's another winner from Itch to Stitch! I absolutely love everything I've ever made from this company, and I always look forward to new patterns. The latest is the Bellavista top.

This top has options for long sleeves or 3/4 length bell sleeves, and either a scoop neck or a cowl neck. Some of the tops I have seen others make out of big thick sweater knits make me jealous! I don't have anything that thick, but it came out beautifully with a lighter sweater knit, which is pretty common to see in my stash. I love how it came out!

I made the long sleeve and cowl neck options. It took less than 5 hours from constructing the pattern to putting in the last stitch, which is impressive! And now that I have the pattern already assembled and I've made it before, it will go even faster next time. This pattern is written extremely well, as are all Itch to Stitch patterns, so whether you have experience with this pattern line or not, you shouldn't have any trouble putting one or twelve together for yourself.

I have big plans for this pattern, in my tiny bit of free time.

It's on sale right now, so get over there and grab your copy! You'll love how this top fits into your wardrobe!

The fabric I used for this sweater came from a color palette mystery box from Sincerely Rylee.

Yes, that's snow on the ground. I immediately put my coat on after these photos were taken!!

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