Hello BEAUTIES! I hope your weekend was wonderful, I spend some of my time sewing which is always a pleasure & taking a few pics for the blog! Today I’m reviewing this easy yet chic pattern, McCall’s 7020. This was my first time sewing the pattern and I’m not even sure when I purchased it but I’m glad that did! Technically the descriptions says these are top and tunic variations but the tunic length can double as a dress as there are no revealing slits anywhere, it’s a boxy shape pattern but I love the collar it adds just the right amount of something. 😉
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Pattern Description: Misses’ Pullover Tops and Tunic – McCall’s 7020
Pattern Sizing: Xsm – Med, I cut the Xsm.
Did it look like the photo/drawing on the pattern envelope once you were done sewing with it? Yes
Were the instructions easy to follow? Yes this garment has a simple construction so it’s not hard to follow along, to a true beginner the collar may be a tad tricky but if you make your markings you will be fine!
What did you particularly like or dislike about the pattern? I like the overall simple shape and ease of wear, I was not fond of how low the pockets are on view E. Next time I will leave the pockets out all together or raise them up 3-4 inches or so.
Fabric Used: Rib knit, from Joan’s Fabric.
Pattern alterations or any design changes you made: None.
Would you sew it again? Would you recommend it to others? Yes, I recently started a “TNT” fall/winter section in my pattern collection and this is my second pattern to add to it! The slightly shorter variations or even this longer version would look great paired with black leggings, which I plan to use and abuse this fall season! LOL. I do recommend, it’s a great casual/chic pattern piece to add to your collection.