I need some cool, cute but relaxed fitting, nursing-friendly shirts for the summer. I decided to try making a few with my overflowing fabric stash.
I’ve been working on this shirt from Simplicity pattern P1969 for about a week during Mr. B’s morning nap times. I had a little trouble understanding some of the instructions, but I’m sure a more experienced seamstress could have easily finished it in a couple of hours or less. This slightly flawed version is straight from the pattern. It’s such a basic design, though, that I would like to try a few variations with it.
I actually haven’t had the chance to try it on yet, but my lovely torso double Athena stepped in to model it for you.
Note: it’s best to use the handle to pick up a hot iron.
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