A simple tee, featuring lots of dots:
This is McCalls 6519, view B, sans pocket.
I bought this pattern for the blazer, which I made up like a year ago, and it came out horrible. Very wide and short and boxy, which gave it an overall 80s vibe. A wadder for sure. I never blogged it though because it happened around the time my mom had cancer.
Something about the top caught my eye though, and when I saw this fabric (which I believe is a challis) on clearance for $3 a yard, this pattern immediately came to mind. I bought this fabric a few months ago though and moved since then, and somewhere in the process of storage and moving some holes formed. There were four holes, lined up the way it was folded, so I know it wasn't a manufacturing error. But with some creative placing of pattern pieces it worked just fine.
This pattern was super easy. Only two pattern pieces! No zipper and no closures. I cut a straight 6. It slipped my mind to widen it at the hips, but this just gives it a more fitted look which I ended up liking. In the past I don't think I would've worn something so loose on top, since that's my smallest area. But as I mentioned in an earlier post, I lost a lot of weight and I'm still getting used to what works on my new body and what doesn't. Since only a small fraction of my old clothes fit, I've had many chances in various dressing rooms to try on different styles and such, but I'm still getting used to it. I have a lot of thoughts about this that I may dedicate to its own blog post.
More details on my pattern review can be found here.