Julie Tee : pattern drafted by Julie C from an existing t-shirt
For a similar look, use the April Rhodes Staple Dress pattern and crop the length
Chambray Union Dot
I have a few pieces of store-bought clothing in my wardrobe that I’ve love to copy and make myself. Some of them I actually bought for that specific purpose. Kristiann taught me how to Knock it off, so I’ve got all the skills and tools. You should see those new pieces sneak into my closet very soon.
This pattern was shared with me by Julie C. who drafted it from one of her favourite simple t-shirts. It looked so great on her that I needed to try it for myself. It’s just two pattern pieces with bias trim for the neck. The pattern is very similar to the Staple Dress pattern, so if you like the look, you could try to crop that pattern and test it out.
I love the simplicity of this style!
p.s. This is the back of my Swoon Quilt hanging behind me!
May 15, 2015 at 5:55 pm
May 16, 2015 at 10:52 am
May 16, 2015 at 12:15 pm
Looks SO comfy and the quilt behind you is lovely!
That top looks very nice. The chambray dot (I think it’s the same one I purchased) has a bit of stretch to it and perhaps this is what makes the shape work. While it is simple, it does have some style to it.
It’s cute and it’s such a great fabric but what I’m taken with is that EXTRAORDINARY quilt behind you. Magnificent!
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