Added Dec 3, 2009
The pattern for this creation is a mutation of my recent coffee date ruffle T-shirt pattern, but with set in sleeves and a longer length. I actually had big plans for all sorts of ruffles or collars, but when I tried it on as a basic T-shirt, it looked great so I decided just to leave it be. I’m really happy with my first successful self-bound neck edge using stretch fabric. I’d previously had a disaster in this area.
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