Crystal Cove from Itch to Stitch

itch to stitch crystal cove cami silk pdfpattern pdf patternEndnu et skønt mønster fra Itch to Stitch. Crystal Cove Cami er en virkelig fin camisole til fast stof. Den har tynde spaghetti stropper og en ryg med dobbelt stof, hvilken gør den meget komfortabel. Den er både super at have indenunder eller bære alene.

Another stunning pattern from Itch to Stitch. Crystal Cove Cami is a gorgeous cami for woven fabric. It has thin spaghetti straps and an overlapping back, making this cami very comfortable. It is great for layering and for wearing on its own.

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Crystal Cove har flere cup størrelser, hvilket gør den nem at tilpasse. Alt du skal gøre, er at finde din cup størrelse og justere stropperne så cami’en sidder godt og indsnittet passer. Jeg har syet en str 8 med B cup. Det er den størrelse jeg plejer at bruge fra Itch to Stitch. Jeg har ikke lavet andre tilretninger.

Crystal Cove has multiple cup sizes, making fitting a breeze. All you have to do, is to find your cup size and make the straps the length that suits you best and place the darts in the correct place. I made a size 8 with a B-cup. Very standard for me in Itch to Stitch patterns. I didn’t make any adjustments at all.

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Da jeg syede Belle Skirts, begyndte jeg at lave en DIY til tynde stropper/rouleau, men jeg fik den ikke gjort færdig. Da jeg skulle lave stropper til Crystal Cove Cami, fik jeg den lavet færdig. Du kan finde den her.

I started a DIY on how to sew spaghetti straps or rouleau when I made the Belle Skirts, but never finished it. Making straps for Crystal Cove Cami made me finish it. You’ll find it here.

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Crystal Cove er ikke et svært mønster, men hvor svært afhænger af hvilket stof man vælger. Mønstret er lavet til let fastvævet stof. Jeg syede først i den skønne viskose crêpe fra Atelier Brunette. Det samme stof som jeg brugte til Aurora og Summer Skirt. Jeg er skør med det stof og de farver det kommer i. Viskose crêpe er lettere at sy i end alm vævet viskose.
Min anden cami syede jeg i silke fra en lokal forretning. De har virkelig meget silke, men desværre en dårlig hjemmeside.

Crystal Cove is not a difficult pattern depending on which fabric you use. The pattern calls for lightweight woven fabric. I used a lovely rayon crêpe from Atelier Brunette for my first cami. The same one I used in Aurora and Summer Skirt. I love that fabric and the colors it comes in. Rayon crêpe ia fairly easy to sew with, easier that rayon challis.
For my second cami I used a lovely silk from a local shop.  They have a big selection of gorgeous silks, but a bad online shop.

itch to stitch crystal cove cami silk pdfpattern pdf patternJeg er super glad for begge cami’er og kommer til at bruge dem meget. Faktisk har jeg allerede brugt den blå en del, endda inden jeg fik den fotograferet. Det gør jeg ellers aldrig og jeg var nødt til at vaske og stryge den før billederne kunne tages.
Sammen med den blå, har jeg mine elskede Sequoia shorts på. Dem bruger jeg virkelig meget her i varmen. Sammen med den bordeaux cami har jeg mine Mountain View Pull on Jeans. Jeg er SÅ glad for de bukser og skal have syet flere til efteråret.

I love both camis and they will get lots of wear. In fact I have worn the blue one many times already. I even wore it before taking pictures, which I never do, and had to wash and iron it before getting the photos taken.
With the blue cami I’m wearing my beloved Sequoia shorts, which I wear ALL the time and with the burgundy silk cami, I’m in my trusted Mountain View Pull on Jeans. I love those jeans and will have to make more in the autumn.

Crystal Cove Cami er nedsat i en kort periode.

Crystal Cove Cami is at reduced price for at short periode of time.

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DIY on Rouleau or Spaghetti Straps

I find myself in need of rouleau straps or tuning loops a lot lately.
Turning loops can be very tedious and although I have tried many different ways and tools to do this, I keep going back to this method.

If you would like to make super thin, round rouleau, you’ll need to cut strips of fabric on the bias. Cutting it on the bias means you’ll be able to pull it while sewing. That also means you get a strap longer than the initial strip.

If turning e.g. belt loops, you’ll need to cut the strip of fabric on the grain and NOT pull while sewing.

This will only work in light fabric. For e.g for loops for jeans, it wouldn’t work.

Hope it was helpfull😊