I had a dream of making a hemlock tee, a free pattern from Grainline Studio. It's not my usual clothing silhouette but I thought that for a free pattern, I could experiment. It wouldn't be flattering on me, but fashion isn't always about flattery and I thought I could embrace my inner hipster and wear it with my coloured skinny jeans and a toque and just wear it to work.
I didn't have enough fabric. So I had to look at another pattern. I grabbed the Briar pattern and used short sleeves and modified the hem to a straight hem instead of a mullet hem to save on fabric. Also I probably have enough mullet shirts at this point. I think this took my two hours from start to finish. It's nothing special but the soft drapey fabric makes it comfortable and very versatile. I'm sure it will be a basic I wear with all my crazy clothes (which outnumber reasonable clothes in my closet by ALOT). One lesson to take away is that I should increase the amount I stretch fabric on the neckline at the centre front, I find I tend to get rippling at that point.
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