*this is the print-at-home version on letter sized paper; for the print-at-home version on A4 sized paper click here; for the classic paper pattern version click here*
The ultimate cool-girl T-shirt, this gorgeous top is designed for a light to mediumweight drapey knit... think silk, rayon, bamboo,cotton, tencel or modal jersey.
Semi-relaxed, pull-on T-shirt has a slouchy silhouette and a high/low shirt-tail hem. T-shirt features a faced ‘V’ neckline and a grown-on neckband gathered through the center back, plus a center front seam.
Back & fronts are gathered onto the yoke.
This fabulous T-shirt looks chic in solid color knits, but also works beautifully in your favorite print and, of course, striped knits.
You just know this will be your go-totop forever... wear it loose over your favorite slim-cut jeans, try it tucked into a pencil skirt, or belt it over a full-leg pant.
This versatile T also makes for a perfect layering piece over slim-fit camisoles, or under cozy cardigans and tailored jackets.
For all sizes you’ll need around 2 yards/182cm of fabric, plus 1/4 yard/23cm of tricot or knitfusible interfacing.
The neckline on this tee really makes the look of it go to the next level. The back of the collar piece is so pretty and the gathering at the shoulders helps the tee to go over the curves with ease. It was easy to sew, fun to make, and looks like a million bucks!
Love this top-great under jackets
Posted by Jan on 22nd Jul 2016
I love how easy this top goes together. I have made 2 and know I will be making more
My go-to top pattern this year
Posted by Sionnain on 10th Apr 2016
Love this pattern! Working on making my 3rd top from this pattern. The gathers from the yoke are a especially flattering if you have small shoulders and a large bust. I made it in a rayon as well as a jersey and both turned out lovely and made up fast.
Good looking & comfortable
Posted by Sherry on 4th Apr 2016
I didn't quite master the flat V neckline one the first one, but still it looks good. I used striped fabric on yoke portion of this and it draws the eye up even more. Hard time scaling from smaller shoulders to larger hips since the pattern is not form fitting, blurrs line of where to go in and out:)
What a dream top!!!
Posted by Linda Ferris on 21st Sep 2015
Although putting on the yoke/facing is a bit tricky the first time, this top goes together perfectly and looks amazing. I have made 3 and am working on a 4th. Directions are clear and easy to follow.