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Fabulous and FREE! The Neck Tie Top by Winter Wear Designs

I love free patterns, especially when they're by a designer that I already know and love. When Suzanne with Winter Wear Designs drafted this pattern, I was excited! I have not been very exciting with my wardrobe choices in the past - most of my shirts were just basic tees. Solid tees are still nice to have, but it's so much fun to wear something different. Lately I've been LOVING all the fun prints!

I KNEW I wanted to test this pattern, and as soon as I finished sewing it, it became my new favorite shirt. Like... I've been wearing it ALL THE TIME. I really need to make another one!



This is the new free Neck Tie Top by Winter Wear Designs. Isn't it great?

Let me tell you about it!

This top is a semi-fitted tee. You have the options of a solid front or a color blocked front. I color-blocked the front top to be the same fabric as my neckband tie.  The sleeve is a slim poet style sleeve with a cuff. You can either finish the bottom with a band or a simple hem.



It is intended to be used with knit fabrics with at least 30% stretch. Good drape and recovery will make it lay more nicely. You can have lots of fun with different fabric options!

My Top:

I used Double Brushed Poly from a Knitpop Scrap Box for this top. I absolutely love it! It's so comfortable and soft. The fabric I used is a pretty print, and easy to dress up or down. I have worn it with a skirt for church or with jeans and boots. I absolutely love it! You can see the front color blocking, and the banded hem I chose.


Reasons You Should Download This Pattern:

It's a cute pattern, of course. It is a fairly quick sew, and goes together pretty easily. It fits so nicely too! The BIGGEST reason I recommend it is that it is FREE! It's a FABULOUS PATTERN and completely FREE! You'll find the code in the Winter Wear Designs Facebook Group!



So head on over to the Winter Wear Designs Website and check out this pattern here: https://www.winterweardesigns.com/collections/freebies/products/neck-tie-top-for-women-size-00-24-free-with-code?aff=46

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  1. If you like these kind of tops, check out the Issie top and dress for women from Sewpony. You'll love the Rose collar option. At least, I did :)

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