I have some medium weight jersey that I want to make into a long tee. I first thought of doing your tradition crew neck but the idea of a cowl neckline is really perking my interest. I’m thinking of a cowl that is similar in shape and volume to the Renfrew Top by Sewaholic Patterns. Regrettably, I do not have a clue on how to do this! Never made a cowl neckline before but I would LOVE to add it to my t-shirt design. Can someone give me brief written directions on how to do this or refer me to an online tutorial that you know of? I would really appreciate any help!
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