Pattern: Grainline's Scout Woven Tee
Fabric: 1 yd cotton jersey
For this one I chose a very soft, medium weight jersey. While I liked the Plantain pattern just fine, I used the Scout pattern for this one for an even looser fit. It's perfect for layering under a boxy blazer, or even just plain with jeans. Yes, it's a basic, but I love being able to make my perfect one!
The sleeves have rolled up hems, which I tacked in place. This is a modification I've done on some of my woven Scout tees, and I love it! There's something so effortlessly casual about a rolled sleeve, and it's nice when it stays in place. To make mine, I just added a band to the bottom of the sleeve (sewn so the seam is on the outside), rolled it up once, and sewed a single row of stitches perpendicular to the hem to keep it in place.
I am, however, getting better at my flatlock hems. A bit wavy, but all in all pretty good!
Maybe I'll be back next time with some more interesting sewing. But then again, I may just decide to wear all knit clothes from now on!