Cut, shortened in both the sleeves and overall length and unburdened of it's collar and central bands, this poor Miller's shirt has evolved into a comfy little jacket (that still looks great over my favourite nightie!).
The edges were first overcast on the sewing machine, then turned under and crocheted into using a 1.5 crochet hook. Occasionally, if the seams were too thick to push through, I pulled out the trusty, tiny-weeny .75.
The second row is all trebles. The third row consists of shells with 7 trebles in each seperated by 3 stitches with a seperation of 4 stitches on the back collar. I'm not sure if all this makes sense to anyone but I also use this blog as a diary of what I have done in each project so please ignore the unprofessional crochet terms.
The cotton is a fine DMC Perle 8 Colour 304.
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