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HP 1015 Riviera Once, Twice, Three Times a T-Shirt

0.50 LBS
Calculated at checkout

Product Description

 We’ve got your Spring & Summer T-Shirt wardrobe right here with these 3 perfect pieces, designed for drapey knits or classic cotton T-shirting. Semi-fitted T-Shirts have a slash neck with facing; pieced T-Shirt has coverstitch trim, short kimono sleeves, and sleeve & hem bands; classic striped T features optional coverstitch trim & breast pocket with short kimono sleeves; frilled sleeve version has a circular frill to finish the sleeve. These fabulous T-Shirts will be great worn with our Weekender Jean Jeanius Trouser Jeans for a relaxed-chic look, or try them worn resort-style, over a pair of our Plain & Simple Everyday Pants or our Riviera Hello, Sailor! Pants in crisp white or dark-rinse denim. Add an armful of bangles, some Summery shades and strappy shoes-done!



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Sizes 6-8-10 need around 1 yard for the striped T-shirt, 1 1/4 yards for the pieced T-shirt and 1 1/2 yards for the gathered-sleeve T-shirt; sizes 12-14-16-18 need around 1 1/4 yards for the striped T-shirt, 1 1/2 yards for the pieced T-shirt and 1 3/4 yards for the gathered-sleeve T-shirt; and sizes 20-22-24-26 need around 1 1/2 yards for the striped T-shirt, 1 3/4 yards for the pieced T-shirt and 2 yards for the gathered-sleeve T-shirt.

All yardages are for 60”/ 150 cm wide fabric.

If you want to interface the neckline of your T-shirt, you will also need about 1/4 yard fusible knit or tricot interfacing.

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  1. The cutest top ever

    Posted by Unknown on 5th Sep 2013

    This is the cutest top ever. I've made the version with the sleeve ruffle but I intend to make it again as well as the other views. I think it's important to interface the neck; it feels very well-made and supportive. I used Sewer's Dream (knit tricot.)

    For those of you with a forward head/forward shoulders, like me, the neck slit is easily rotated by taking a tuck in the upper front and inserting an equivalent amount in the upper back. I needed 1 1/2" on each side. Doing this ensured the sleeve fit didn't change. And it hangs well on me, poor posture and all.

    Don't avoid the slit neck. It's a very different look as compared with a boat neck. And distinctive. That, along with the gathered sleeves, put this top out of the ordinary.

    I found the fit to be great; I used a stretchy cotton/lycra jersey and didn't need my usual FBA.