Sunday I squeezed in some sewing for fun. I just had to use the leftovers of the fantastic (but maybe slightly over the top) animal print fabric – the one I also used for the drape skirt.
So I made a quick Kirsten Kimono Tee.
Alterations: I changed the neckline into a very deep V – and also added about 1.5 cm to each side seam to get the oversized look. I thought this drapey and thin viscose (rayon) jersey was perfect for an oversized tee.
It’s a little on the short side, but works fine. No one is home to help me take pictures these days – and I couldn’t be bothered with the tripod (or with doing hair and make-up), so this Iphone thing will have to do… (I found out that if I’m waiting for the perfect time and for the perfect pictures, I never get around to blog. Big surprise…)
P.S. If you want the Kirsten Kimono Tee pattern and don’t see it popping up in the right corner of the screen (it doesn’t work well on phones, for instance) – just go and subscribe to my newsletter via this link instead. Does the same thing:-)
Love the changes you made to Kirsten top! I love the cap sleeves esp. with the wide V neckline.
And YES!! Now I can go ahead with the scoop neck version that I was wondering about. :)
You can never have enough Ts and v necks are so much more flattering! I might try this with some great fabric I got at http://www.organiccottonplus.com
You have such a nice hobby. Keep it up. Everyone always have to do whatever they like.