Lacy Wool Sweater Knit Hemlock

I got this incredible wool fabric from Stonemountain and Daughter while I was there for Thanksgiving in 2017. I didn’t want to use a pattern that had too many seams or too much going on because I didn’t want to distract from the lace pattern. I chose to use the Hemlock Tee pattern by Grainline Studios and I used all of the same modifications from my cloud knit version. I wear the cloud knit version all winter so it made sense to add another one to my closet. Also – did you see that Grainline Studio updated their Hemlock Tee? I’ve made so many modifications to my version but the new version comes in their expanded size range and also with different sleeve lengths and body lengths!

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This fabric is amazing to work with – its just so soft and cushy. It is definitely one of the more expensive fabrics that I’ve purchased but it is totally worth it. I’ve found that when I’m working with a fabric that I really love the whole time I’m sewing the garment I just love the process that much more.

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The fabric definitely doesn’t have much stretch to it just hangs a lot differently from fabric that I’ve used in the past for this pattern. This is especially easy to spot around the neckline. It doesn’t really stay on my shoulders as much as some of my other versions. However, I’m not super worried about this. I’m always planning on wearing this with a tank top due to the lace but also because the wool is just a bit too itchy for me.

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