Not So Cold Shoulder Hacks - Day 3

Welcome to the Not So Cold Should Sweater Pattern Hacks Round up, Day 3!



If you missed prior days, you can catch up!


Find Day 2 Here.


Day 1 can be found here!


Did you love the Dream Tee?



Have you met the *NEW* Amelia Lane Designs Not So Cold Shoulder Sweater?




This PDF Pattern offered in sizes 00 -34, has multiple sleeve lengths and an optional built in shelf bra. Check out the round up of options included in the pattern here.


The NSCS Sweater is designed to be made with your favorite knit fabrics - Double or Single Brushed Polyester (DBP/SBP), French Terry, Rayon Spandex or Jersey - anything with at least 20% stretch and good recovery.

Here are some Dream Tee Blog Posts that may be helpful to your Not So Cold Shoulder Sweater Adventure:


Kendel made a dozen dream tees in different fabrics to show how they effect the fit of the same pattern. Check out her comparison here.


Jan adjusted the Dream Tee to add length for her height.

Keri adjusted the Dream Tee to subtract length for her height.

The NSCS is a breeze to sew, and will quickly become a favorite in your wardrobe! BONUS - we've put together an amazing collection of pattern hacks, so you can easily make the it your own. 


To keep the fun going through the release sale, we'll be publishing a batch of hacks everyday!



Here's today's hacks!

Kendel created a tulip hem.

Rachel added a hem band.

I mashed with the Dream Tee for dress length and added a lined flounce (I also followed Emily's tutorial from Day 2 for "warm shoulders")


Stay tuned to the blog for more NSCS Sweater hacks tomorrow!


These will be available here forever and you can find all NSCS HERE in the NSCS Hacks Category for any that are added after the release round ups.