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McCall's 6992 in Merino

I have rather a backlog of unblogged posts at the moment.  I am trying to catch up before spring is well an truly in our grasp.  

I actually made this version of McCall's 6992 before we went to Queenstown and even wore it down there but for some reason I forgot to photograph it.   It has been on regular rotation since.

There is not a lot to say about the construction of this one that I haven't said before.   It was stitched on my overlocker and the hems were stitched with my coverstitch.   The fabric I used is some lovely soft brushed merino blend from The Fabric Store.  Navy is not a colour I wear a lot of but I should.  It makes a pleasant change from the black uniform that seems to creep in over winter.

While not the most exciting of tops, this one does make a great layering piece and I often wear it under my vest, so for practical purposes alone this one is a winner.

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