What do we have on the blog today? A simple basic T shirt. A tee shirt with comfort, style and a truckload of options to go from fancy top to slouchy sweatshirt with fun elements like accent triangles, elbow patches, a cowl, thumb cuff and some more. But, more importantly, it fits BEAUTIFULLY!
From size 0-22 and maternity sizes, the Emily T shirt is designed to be fitted across the chest and hips with figure flattering shaping at the waist and that for me is one of the best features of this pattern.
The floral fabric used here is a Nicole Miller jersey rayon from Jo Ann fabrics. This is the jewel neckline with hemmed short sleeves. The pattern also has options for a lower scoop neckline and cuffs to finish half, elbow length or full length sleeves.
This hip length shirt has a slightly curved hemline.
This is actually an earlier version of the pattern that I made with a very stretchy jersey fabric with stretch lace overlap and did not hem. You don’t see the bunching under the arms in the final version, and the length has also been increased.
Some more shots from the the earlier full sleeved version.
The Emily T shirt is currently on sale for only $6 with the maternity add on for $2. Don’t forget to check out some fantastic tester versions here where you can see all other options including the side triangle accents, thumb cuff, cowl neck, a hood and some fun elbow patches.
Marisa’s directions are clear and well laid out, and she has helpful pictures to guide you along the way. The pattern is layered and trimless and the entire pattern including ALL OPTIONS is only 20 pages long (had to mention ’cause I like it when I can save some printer ink)
Go get your perfect Emily T shirt pattern now!!! and have fun sewing!!!
4 thoughts on “Emily T-shirt – Pattern Testing”
Aww thank you Abbey! ❤