To learn more about the method that comes alongside these patterns, check out our presentation post! Today we’ll start with our blouses and tees patterns.
Version A in off-white cotton interlock knit – Version B in sand cotton-elastane jersey knit
The simple short-sleeve tee is the absolute staple of any wardrobe. We went with a slightly cinched cut with grown-on sleeves (very beginner-friendly!) and two neckline options (scoop and V-neck). It can be worn untucked or tucked into pants or a skirt, and can be layered under a sweater easily.
This mockneck can be worn by itself or as an under-layer in the winter to keep yourself warm! With its two variations you’ll be able to wear it all year long, made out of wool jersey or thin rayon knits. You might also consider “hacking” it with the scoop and V necklines of the t-shirt to reveal its full potential!
Version A in beige linen-rayon – Version A in off-white rayon
This sleek short-sleeve blouse will accompany you everywhere, from day to night. Its wide facings and round hem soften this chic and timeless piece. This blouse comes with a dress variation, to which we’ll circle back at a later time 😉
Ideal to fill a gap in your work wardrobe, this little button-down blouse can be ultra trendy made out of the right print, or chill and casual in its short-sleeve variation worn over shorts in the summer. The perfect canvas to play with fabric and buttons!