Thank you everyone for your kind remarks on my heirloom cami. I really do appreciate your taking the time to read my blog and make a comment.
This post would have been up last Thursday but we had family in for a long weekend visit. I spend a lot of my time cleaning and prepping the
overflow fabric storage guest room to be presentable. LOL. It was nice to visit again; it's been years since we'd been able to get together.
One commenter mentioned moving from a "masterpiece" to a T-shirt? LOL. When you have a wonderful DH who supports my fabriholicism (hmmm is that even word?), I have to placate him with a garment or two. Lately his thing is t-shirts. He's tall, 6'3" and not overweight. Probably 200 pounds. Why is it when you try to buy for tall they always think overweight too? So if I/he purchased a shirt, its huge in the belly area. He has his shirts made now just so he can get a decent athletic cut. Why am I not making his shirts, you say? Well, for one thing, the fabrics are really beautiful and so much better than I can get my hands on and secondly, they can make them so much cheaper than I can. And because he purchases several at a time, he gets $100 shirts for half price. It's a really good deal. Oh, lastly, what is more boring than making a man's business shirt. Ugh. So I make him a casual shirt here and there.
Hence going from an heirloom camisole to a tee. LOL.
This is Kwik Sew 3878. I'll be making View A. Once I have this fitted to his satisfaction, it'll be a no-brainer to sew. I even have a fabric to test it.
I'm pressing the pattern and prepping the fabric.