Added Mar 24, 2009
The top is quite high at the back, and it is a little shorter than your average mini-dress, but the skirt partly covers it. The sleeves are asymmetrical.
I used a very stretchy material, I think it’s polyester or something, my neigbour gave it to me. And there’s elastic in the ‘collar’-part.
Myself. I drew the pattern using an actual t-shirt, then played around with it.
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