Fitted t-shirt with 3 sleeve lengths and panel details above the bust.
XS (30"bust) -XXXL (44 1/2" bust)
Did it look like the photo/drawing on the pattern envelope once you were done sewing with it?
Yes, except for the neckline. I made the V-neck version which Jennifer Stern teaches in her "Fit the Tee to a T" course on PR.
Were the instructions easy to follow?
What did you particularly like or dislike about the pattern?
Love that the panel detail above the bustline makes variations and alterations very easy.
I also like the shirt tail hem.
Dislike that the multisize pattern has been printed from a hand drawn master pattern and the lines are quite thick, which makes it tricky to follow the outline, particularly for the side front panel.
A burgundy modal rayon knit. Very comfortable. Nice drape.
Pattern alterations or any design changes you made:
I did a FBA using the method Jennifer Stern demonstrates in her course. As my bust is a JJ, I followed her suggestion to do the DD adjustment twice and it worked a treat! It was so much easier to do it in 2 smaller steps, and the fit is great!
This is the V-neck version, as she demonstrated in the course.
I created extra room for my hips using the slash and spread method on the lower front and back panels. This worked well for me as it only created extra room where I needed it, so the upper back didn't become loose.
Would you sew it again? Would you recommend it to others?
It is now my TNT tee pattern. I love it and highy recommend it.
This is a great pattern, particularly for those who always need to make alterations as the panels make this really convenient.