I’m wanting to take a normal tee shirt pattern and add fullness and gathers to it. I love this tee:
But it’s too short to me and the sleeves are flutter sleeves – I’d prefer either longer full sleeves or puff sleeves. Just something not as short that won’t show my upper arm.
What I love about it is the soft gathers around the neckline and the fullness throughout the torso and into the hip area. It’s just so soft and flowy. I know for neckline gathers, you would slash and spread, but how would I add fullness to the hip area as well? Would I just slash the whole pattern and spread it rather than slashing just to a bust point?
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