Every wardrobe can use a chic, elegant T;
try this one, in light to medium-weight knit
fabrics like interlock, ponte, French terry,
jacquard double knits or even a lightweight
fleece. You can also use firm sweater knits.
Semi-fitted, pull-over T has a faced grown
on neck with front ‘V’; that essential bust
shaping is transformed into gathers along
the center front seam. T has a slim A-line
silhouette; wrist length sleeves feature a
wrist dart for a slim fit. T shirt body and
sleeves finish with a simple narrow hem.
Wear this super-chic T to dress up your
jeans, or wear it over a matching knit midi
skirt for a low-key two-piece dress. This T
looks great worn loose, belted, or tucked
into a skirt or pant waistband, and it slides
perfectly under your favorite jacket, vest,
or cardigan. This dressy-casual beauty is
also great for travel and lounging at home.
All sizes 6-8-10-12-14-16-18-20-22-24-26
need 2 yards/190 cm fabric.
If you wish, add 1/4 yard or 23cm knit or tricot interfacing.
That’s it! no zippers, no buttons, no snaps...
All fabric allowances are for 60” or 150cm wide fabrics.
I don't know why this is called a t shirt, it is a nice blouse. Easy to make, simple lines that lets your fabric really speak. It went together easily. I didnt look at the instructions at all. I did lengthen this top by an inch. A quick make and a wardrobe staple. Once you've made a muslin, use better fabric. This top will work for you!