Added Oct 7, 2012
London, United K...
Made from some old matt (brushed?) silk fabric in my stash, it’s Grainline Studio’s Scout woven tee pattern.
It came together pretty quickly, although I struggled with the silk bias binding on the neckline, and now the neckline sticks out a bit…
The whole thing is french seamed, even the armholes, which I’m very proud of, even if no-one else will see it.
I made no alterations to the pattern other than adding an inch at the bottom. It’s a really great basic pattern.
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