Added Jul 4, 2011
Reggio Emilia, I...
I made 3 of these tees, i’m in love with this easy, fast and every-fabric-fitting pattern!
Basically,, it’s a rectangle, with two holes for the arms and a small gather in the center of the front neckline.
I love it because this shape of the armholes gives a kind of cap sleeves, and it perfect at work, fresh but keeps you dressed up! …and that easy gathering gives the original touch!
I made a grey one in a super light and fluttering viscose jersey, finished with acid yellow seams.
Another one in a heavier dark blue jersey that i don’t have pics of…
and the 3rd one is my favourite: i made in a very particular beige knit fabric, that has a metallic thread inside: that’s why it looks so wrinkled: it’s almost un-ironable!!!!
I didn’t have fabric enough, so i had to separate the front shoulders, adding the seam that in the end looks sooooooo cool!!!
any kind of jersey
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