ReSEWlutions Sewing: Placket

OOOHHH what a busy out of sorts month it has been! Finally my husband got to go back to work which means I end up with me time again. But then we had the polar vortex that happened and so my kids were out a school or had late starts to the day several times. And Sweet Pea has been sick off and on. But now that things are getting back to normal its time for my first blog tour of the year.

Suzanne Winter with Winter Wear Designs decided that this month she would focus her tour on plackets, I was very nervous about timing of taking on plackets because trying to sew in such chaos is complicated at best. I chose Hepburn Henley because I tend to wear lots of tunic length tops and as a mom, I have a tendency to buy and make for the kids over making for me.

I had never made a placket for a ladies top (I have installed many on skirts and made 1 henley for Baby Bear), but I am always happy to try something new with Suzanne’s patterns because they have such great instructions. This was my first time using this kind of rib knit too so this sew was an adventure all the way around.

Doesn’t that placket look pretty. I went with a tunic length with a v-neckline and 3/4 sleeve. As always, Suzanne did not disappoint on the instructions- there are multiple views for the actual placket installation, which I found very helpful. I really love how the top feels on and will be making more for me because this henley makes a perfect everyday top!

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  1. I love it! It looks great on you! I’m glad to hear the placket instructions are comprehensive because partial plackets kinda scare me. I bought this pattern when it was on sale on Thursday, and after seeing yours I really want to make it soon! Just gotta find more time in the day!

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    1. Thats amazing! My husband said it’s his favorite out of the few things I have made for me and its such a comfy top. Definitely tag me when you make yours (and especially if you blog so I can read your thought on it.) Suzanne does the best instructions.

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