Added Nov 10, 2010
Love this top! This design was based off of a tee that a friend owns (which I think was about $65 and I refuse to pay that for a t-shirt!)
It really is the comfortable shirt I own. The design is very simple, with the front and sleeves being one piece and then one piece in the back – a pattern with only two piece not counting the bias for the neck and cuffs. The only thing was that it took several tries before I got it just right. If I ever take the time to figure out how, I will upload the pattern!
This was a designer (but no sure who!) mill end piece that I picked up for a mere three or four bucks! Wish they had had more…
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