This tee is drafted to be oversized and long. Straight lines, no curves, super simple. The V can be challenging but the instructions walk you through it step by step. I highly suggest doing a practice run before cutting into your favorite fabric!
It comes with short and long sleeve options (and an option for no sleeves, almost cami length). There are also detailed instructions on adjusting height to achieve your ideal shirt length!
This has become my go to tee in my closet and my kids love the loose comfy fit (check out the free Kid's versio!). The sleeves are a little long, hitting a little bit above the elbow. I love the rolled sleeve look so I roll mine up twice.
Please note: there was only one tester in size 3/4XL (it was a mix between those two sizes) and none for 5XL. I’m not certain how the 5XL would fit since I haven’t been able to find testers for that size but many requested for the pattern to go up that high. I’m keeping it on for now but in the future if I can’t find testers I may need to cut it off at 3XL.
Pattern Type: PDF - Letter, A0, Projector
Includes Layered Pattern, Fabric/Notion Requirements, and Pictured Instructions
Skill Level: Beginner - Anyone with a machine can make this top!
Materials: * Jersey fabric, we love to use slub jersey with matching rib for neckband
Additional Sizes Examples and Pictures: Click HERE
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Please don't share the file with anyone, though you are welcome to share a printed size with others.
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It will come in .zip format so it's best to download and save it somewhere on your desktop!
What kind of machine do I need to sew your patterns? A sewing machine is a must. If you are really wanting to get into making clothing though, I HIGHLY suggest getting a serger. Sergers make everything easier and cleaner. They also sew with knits a lot better than regular sewing machines!
I also own a coverstitch machine which has been a game changer. It's definitely not necessary but it is an amazing machine to have if you want your clothes to have a professional finish.
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How Do I know what size to print? Once you download the pattern, open up the instructions and there is a sizing chart that will help you decide which size to print! If your kiddo is in between sizes you can always take the width of one size and length of another.
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