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  • September 24, 2022 1 min read

    Joji Locatelli is one of my favorite top-down designers. My latest Joji project is the Staple Linen Top, which is a go-to wardrobe staple - especially in Queen City Coleman, a gorgeous year-round blend of silk and linen.  

    The Staple Linen top looks great on a variety of body shapes and sizes, and is easily customizable, so you can add your own flourish.  I narrowed the shoulders a bit, and shortened the armhole - all of which are pretty simple to do.  Since it's worked top-down, you can easily change the overall length as well.  

    The finishing is up to you.  Leave the edges plain, or add a quick edging.  Take the neckline up to a turtleneck, if that's your jam.  There are a million ways to make this garment your own, and I'm sure you'll want to knit several and try them all.

    • 28" takes 2 skeins, 
    • 32"-44" takes 3 skeins 
    • 48"-56" takes 4 skeins
    • 60"-68" takes 5 skeins

    Order Coleman here

    Here's a little video I did on the Staple linen top


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