...I liked Sheila's versions of Butterick 6065 as soon as I saw them. When ever this happens I instantly wonder if the pattern is in my stash. Regardless of the number of patterns I own, there is always one, or two, or three that I don't have. This particular pattern was part of Butterick's newly released collection that I had been waiting to hit my local stores so I was able to pick it up yesterday.
question about process at the end of this post.)
I love jersey knit, and this print brings a variety of colors into play - there's black, white, turquoise and cobalt and can be worn with so many things I already have on hand.
STABILIZING QUESTION: I've noticed very few patterns that mention stabilizing shoulder seams. When it is mentioned, the instructions suggest that the stabilizer material be placed on the back seam allowance, then pressing the seam towards the back. I actually prefer placing the material on the front seam allowance because I find that the seam then presses towards the back smoother.
Where do you place it???
Does it really matter???
What type of material do you use for stabilizing knit shoulder seams???
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