I know it doesn’t feel like it lately, but Spring is coming soon. I have complete faith that t-shirt season is coming to replace “tank top, under t-shirt, under sweater, under scarf, under jacket” season. That’s what I think and I’m holding to it. With that in mind, I’m getting myself ready to bulk up my Spring wardrobe which means lots of new t-shirts for me. Cause that’s basically my daily uniform. Here are my top 6 picks for bulking up your t-shirt wardrobe.
Lane Raglan– recently released by Hey June. A fitted raglan pattern whose proceeds go toward charity. Can’t beat sewing up a great pattern and knowing it also does good for those in need.
Penelope Peplum– Super cute and flattering peplum pattern. This baby sews up quick looks great in a variety of print and solid knits. Click here to see my latest version. Also comes with an additional dress add on.
Rose T-Shirt (affiliate link) A more relax fit t-shirt for those who want a comfortable t-shirt with interesting details and several sleeve length options. This is a good pattern for those just starting out with knits.
Casual Lady (affiliate link) If you follow along here you know this is one of my favorite patterns. The facings and cap sleeves create a t-shirt pattern that sews up quickly and the shape is great for showing off those womenly curves without worrying about t-shirt cling or stomach exposure. Aka: this is great for women who are chasing children all day. This pattern also come with a dress length option. Click here, here, or here to see the one’s I’ve sewn.
Seafarer Top (affiliate link) If you’re looking for options this is the pattern for you. Two sleeve options, two neckline options, two hem options plus instructions for pockets or lace.
The Bess Top This pattern is perfect for a variety of shapes and has options for a high-low hem that comes in both dress and tunic lengths that include options for in-seam pockets. The wrap around sleeves and pleated yoke provide opportunities for customization.
There you have it. My top 6 picks for Spring time selfish sewing. Because the good weather is coming soon and you need to have something to wear with those spring time skirts!