Surprise! Another Linden in Liberty. This was my first time using the Murray Loopback fleece. This is the summer weight fleece that isn’t brushed on the inside like the Linford Fleece. It has more of a terry feel and it’s just as lovely.
Normally I just cut my sleeve cuffs and neck band on the bias, but for this version I also cut my hem band on the bias too. I had enough fabric and I like the way the Liberty Morris pattern looks on the bias.
In anticipation of the warmer weather, I’m starting to experiment with using lightweight jersey with this pattern. I’m afraid you’re going to have to endure my ongoing Linden obsession for a bit longer!
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I share your addiction, although I’ve been using lane raglan pattern. How many is too many? I’ve even started making longer versions to wear over leggings. Too comfy
I understand your Linden obsession. If a pattern works as well as Linden do, why don’t sewing several versions?
Stunning! I just love seeing everyone’s cozy Linden’s 🙂
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Karyn, wonderful new Linden! I’ve never sewn a sweatshirt. Did you use a serger? Thank you!
This is so lovely, the fabric is gorgeous and makes the sweatshirt look feminine which is unusual as sweatshirts normally look dull and masculine. Its such a versatile sewing pattern that its easy to see why you have made several sweatshirts.
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