So many patterns. So little time.
|<< for the record, that would be a temporary tattoo on my arm. |
I'm sure you can guess who my "tattoo" artist was>>
So it's a bit odd that when I'm having a hard time deciding what to make next I go back to something that I've made two times before - the Scout Tee by Grainline Studio. I think I was drawn back to this pattern though because I knew that because it's a fairly simple top it would really let the fabric shine which was perfect for this Anna Maria Horner voile that I've been itching to cut into. I mean, look at the color of this fabric? Gorgeous. Even my four year old things so which obviously makes it true. I also chose this pattern though because I know that it's well-drafted and includes great finishes which results in a fantastic looking garment (And by "great finishes" I mean no facings. Blah! I hate facings!). Plus, the previous two Scout Tees that I made are now way too big on me thanks to my ever-shrinking reduced-nursing chest so it was definitely time for a new Scout Tee.
|<<sure I could have ironed this shirt before taking pictures, but what would be the fun in that?>>|