The possibilities of The Sandpoint Top

If you have not bought The Sandpoint Top, perhaps you are waiting to see the amazing versatility of the pattern? I had the most lovely group of pattern testers ever, and they have given me permission to share their versions so you can better imagine your own (and so you can ooh and ahh over their cute tops!).

The good news is that these 7 are only the portion of my testers who have blogged their creations. I did not require or ask them to blog, but I sure as heck want to show them off! Click through to see how talented all these ladies are. And don’t worry, there are quite a few more great Sandpoint Tops I’ll show you in a later post of pattern testers that either haven’t blogged or don’t have blogs. They did amazing work, too!

 

First we have Susan, who blogs at knitters-delight.blogspot.com and made 2 printed versions!KnittersDelight4
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Then we have Annie from enantiomerproject.blogspot.com. Isn’t this color and drape amazing?

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Katie, who blogs at umbellulariadesigns.wordpress.com, made a “basic” black version, but I don’t think any Sandpoint Top looks basic with the surprise cowl:

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Here we have Jennifer of MySewingSuite.com who used a great classic stripe:

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Laurie at SewExhausted.com also made 2 versions in burnout jersey that her lovely daughter modeled:

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Nicole at DreamingDashie.com posed on the bleachers in hers. Click through to see how it looks with the cowl in front!

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The amazing and prolific Barbara from ZiberGirl.com made a beautiful blue version.

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