|Doesn't this fabric look like brownies?|
One of my boys says it looks like
dinosaur skin. Maybe they need
I am rather proud of myself, I have managed to sew 3 of the six fabrics that I bought. I have one more on the cutting mat and the pattern next to it. I also have one in the wash and one in the dryer. I'm on a roll.
A few months back, I had bought a Craftsy class called Sewing With Knits (affiliate link). Its focus is on five wardrobe basics. There is a dress, yoga pants/shorts, skirt, pull-over hoody, and tee. The tee has a v-neck and scoop neck and three sleeve lengths. These are basic tees. Nothing fancy. Just my style.
|T-Shirt pattern from|
Sewing With Knits (affiliate link)
The pattern for the scoop neck is a back, a front, a neck band and two sleeves. The sleeves are the same front and back, don't spend time trying to figure out which is the front and which is the back. They are the same.
It goes together pretty fast. Sew the shoulders. Sew the sleeves in, sew the sides from the sleeve hem to the torso hem, add the neck band, hem the sleeves and the torso hem.
A great, easy sew to pull one out of the sewing funk. It was so fast and easy to sew, I immediately started another in a burnout turquoise jersey.
Two new tees in just a few hours.
Then I started a Sorbetto. More on that later.