This sweater, along with 4 of its friends, have been hanging in my closet in the “take photos before wearing” section for over a month! Pulling outfits together and photographing them is not something I enjoy, so alas, it doesn’t get done that often.
Anyway, I took this first photo of the new long sleeved tee I just completed. I started September off sewing for the stash challenge on Pattern Review, but unfortunately, I did not get any of it photographed before the deadline. Oh well, I still have the items in my wardrobe and will enjoy them!
Simple plain outfit to great looking outfit with one great wardrobe builder – McCalls 6844.
And here is the schematic
I started out doing view D and changed it to view C in process. This just meant cutting the fronts shorter than the back and graduating it on the sides. It was much more flattering on my figure.
Back view – looks like I’m slouching on my right side. The hem really is even!
Here you can see the graduation from shorter in the front to longest in the back.
This is one of those sewing successes – the pattern was paired with the right fabric and the fit is great too.
I needed this! You will understand why in the upcoming posts…
Happy Creating everyone!