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May 1, 2017

Your Cashmerette Makes! Dartmouth Top Roundup

Now that the Dartmouth Top has been out in the wild for a month and a half, we thought it would be fun to share some of your awesome makes! The Dartmouth is a great option for transitional seasons…pop a cardigan over it when chilly or even make a long sleeve version if you’re heading into winter!

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We love Dartmouth Tops equally when made in prints or solids! Can you believe Amanda’s first ever sewn clothing item was the Dartmouth?? (This lovely purple number was her second Dartmouth, but they are both amazing!)

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Florals for spring, stripes for always, buffalo check for winter? Yes, please! Also, you can see, the crossover can be worn over or under the bust. As drafted, it’s designed to go under, but you can wear it whatever way you choose!

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The Dartmouth Top as a dress?!? We love this hack and it looks so amazing on Jessica and Syreeta!

Keep sharing your amazing makes with us using #DartmouthTop on social media and let us know in the comments if you have any ideas for hacks…I saw something brewing on Instagram with a clever sleeve hack; I’ll be keeping my eyes peeled for that!

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3 Responses to Your Cashmerette Makes! Dartmouth Top Roundup

  1. Laura Casey May 2, 2017 at 8:25 am #

    Oh the dartmouth is so cute, I’ve hesitated to make because of the long sleeves thinking it’s not appropriate for summer weather….well I’ll just make the short sleeve version…..I have this stripe knit I’ve been saving….nope nope….going to cut out this afternoon! Thanks for the inspiration.

  2. PsychicSewerKathleen May 2, 2017 at 9:56 am #

    They all look beautiful! I haven’t made mine up yet – I’m still on woven blouses and my next is the Springfield (along with your course!) I am looking forward to making my Dartmouth though…

  3. Haberdashery May 5, 2017 at 5:44 am #

    Sewing gave me a new reason to be happy, well I was in the verge of depression when I first learn how to sew, my doctor advised me to look for a new hobby and one of my friends introduced me to sewing. I loved it, fabrics gave me a new way to live my life now I make lovely things for my love ones and they appreciate it a lot.

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