I love testing for Kennis Wong of Itch to Stitch, but it's been awhile since I've tested for her since her tests kept conflicting with my travel schedule. I was so happy that I was free to test the newest pattern, the Nottingham Top.
The Nottingham Top is perfect for a wardrobe staple. It can be dressed up to wear with slacks and skirts, but also can be worn with jeans for a casual look.
There are 3 sleeve options in the Nottingham Top pdf pattern. I made the butterfly sleeve, but there's also a long sleeve and an elbow length short sleeve.
The Nottingham Top below was the first one I made. It's made with a rayon jersey. I've been making an effort to bring more solid items into my wardrobe and this top should go with some of my colorful and wild palazzo pants. I messed up the knot on this one - but I'm not going to tell you what I did, because - I really don't know and didn't notice until after I went to hem it.
I wore both of my Nottingham Tops with a pair of pull on slacks that are RTW. I threw on a necklace with this one. This is likely how I'll wear it most often as it's likely to become a staple in my work office wardrobe.
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