Care to engage in a conversation about my boobs? No? Okay, I'll keep it short. Let's just say that breastfeeding has turned my previously teeny-tiny boobs into much larger specimens and the vast majority of my tops are now ridiculously tight around the chest and shoulders area (kind of like they are being worn by the Incredible Hulk). It's a bummer to have a closet full of clothes that I can't wear, but of course it's the perfect excuse to sew a couple new tops, right?
First up was the Tiny Pocket Tank by Grainline Studio which was an amazingly quick and easy top to sew (perfect for sewing in between short and unpredictable naps). I opted to leave off the pocket and ended up taking up the shoulder about a quarter of an inch because I was concerned that the neckline was going to be too low on me Other than that, though, I just followed the instructions which just so happened to be great. I have to say, I'm pretty excited to have one more top that actually fits me - especially since I finished it just in time for some gorgeous spring weather.
Pattern: Tiny Pocket Tank by Grainline Studio
Fabric: A cotton sateen from the Lisette collection