The Plantain t-shirt pattern (a free pattern from Deer & Doe) had been sitting on a chair in my sewing space and I decided it needed to get done!
I definitely am like my girls in that I reach for the coziest knit garment each time I open my closet. I had this stripe knit laying around and didn't have a problem cutting into it. It's not the nicest knit, it's actually a little scratchy, but I'm hoping once I wash it again some of that will go away.
I rummaged through my hoarded scraps bin and dug out this happy little piece of Liberty and knew they'd make a nice elbow patch. I love the shape of this tee! I'll definitely make more. A simple change I made was to the neckline. I almost always make the neckline higher on my tops, just because I feel more comfortable that way. I used an existing tee to find just the right spot for me. I also made the hem lower in the back, I like the way it falls and when you bend over, you're sure to keep covered!
Pattern: Plantain by Deer & Doe
Fabric: mystery knit from Hancock Fabrics and a few scraps of Liberty
Hope you have a gorgeous weekend! ♥