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jak10
Posted 2015-10-31 4:03 PM (#90534)
Subject: how to make a shawl collar fleece pullover


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I have seen these in catalogs and there is no CF seam. What kind of neck opening would I use or other suggestions? JoAnn
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sewsally
Posted 2015-10-31 6:10 PM (#90537 - in reply to #90534)
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Place CF on the fold.
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Lisa - Tech Support
Posted 2015-10-31 8:00 PM (#90538 - in reply to #90537)
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You cannot cut the center front on the fold on a traditional shawl collar. The collars will overlap. Are you sure the styles are shawl collars and not something like the shelley neckline? The shelley neckline has a cut on collar and can be cut on the fold.



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jak10
Posted 2015-11-01 10:59 AM (#90545 - in reply to #90534)
Subject: Re: how to make a shawl collar fleece pullover


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I know that it is cut on the fold, but can't figure out the collar. they look like a full shawl in a v neck, rolled over as opposed to the shelley. I was going to try the Shelley and make a wider collar. JoAnn
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cfonfold
Posted 2015-11-01 12:10 PM (#90547 - in reply to #90545)
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Since we can't see the design my first thought is that it is a separate collar.
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Lisa - Tech Support
Posted 2015-11-01 2:02 PM (#90548 - in reply to #90545)
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jak10 - 2015-11-01 9:59 AM

I know that it is cut on the fold, but can't figure out the collar. they look like a full shawl in a v neck, rolled over as opposed to the shelley. I was going to try the Shelley and make a wider collar. JoAnn


You need to post a picture so we can see what the design looks like.
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Karen - Tech Support
Posted 2015-11-02 9:26 AM (#90553 - in reply to #90534)
Subject: Re: how to make a shawl collar fleece pullover



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Did a search for shawl collar pullover. All the ones I found had a sew on collar piece.



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cfonfold
Posted 2015-11-02 10:40 AM (#90554 - in reply to #90534)
Subject: RE: how to make a shawl collar fleece pullover



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Choosing the vee neckline and vee collar would allow you to redesign the collar style line.  But I do wish you could change the roll to lift a bit more!

Coopie 

P.S. Of course you could always do that in PE. There is an article in Threads this month that address that very thing.



Edited by cfonfold 2015-11-02 10:42 AM
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