*This is the instant download version in both
letter and A4 size; if you need the classic paper
pattern version you can get it here*
A fresh take on the classic T, this superwearable top
is designed for light to medium-weight drape-y knits
with a little stretch, like single fiber or blends of silk,
rayon, bamboo, cotton, or tencel jersey.
Semi-fitted, pull-on T-shirt has a relaxed silhouette,
and features a ‘U’ neckline and short sleeves, both
finished with self or contrast knit trim.
The (contrast) back is gathered onto the yoke, and
finishes with a narrow-hemmed shirt-tail; the front
has a deep hem.
This great T-shirt *obviously* works beautifully in
solid or color-blocked tones, and looks great in your
favorite textured, printed and striped knits.
For an unexpected twist, make this with a contrast
back, neckline & sleeve trim, in a complimentary print
or plain fabric. This T is the perfect mix of casual and
feminine, and it’s going to look great worn loose or semi-tucked
with your favorite cropped slim-cut jeans, or a fluid wide leg pant.
Sew-A-long videos and pics for this fab T-shirt are
below; your fabric shopping list is all the way at the
bottom, please scroll down!
For sizes 6-8-10-12-14-16 you’ll need a total
of 2 yards/182cm of fabric.
For sizes 18-20-22-24-26 you’ll need a total
of 2 1/4 yards/206cm of fabric.
*If you are making the back blouse section
in a contrast fabric, all sizes need to replace
1 yard/92cm of your T-shirt fabric for
1 yard/92cm of your chosen contrast fabric.*
Fabric amounts are for 60”/150cm wide fabric.