That’s right, it HAS SLEEVES! But, just barely. Don’t look inside, those armscye seams are hanging on by a serged thread. But, it has SLEEVES.
I transmogrified my fitting adjustments to this pattern. It’s a princess seam top, with a non-banded collar.
The fabric is a cotton dobby from the local fabric outlet. Garment fabric pickings are slim here in Sierraville, so this was a rare find. I like the dottiness of the fabric, even though it made my eyes cross while sewing it.
The grid also made it very easy to align the pattern on grain, and match the seams. The back seams match almost perfectly! Now, why is it when I try ever so hard to have that happen, measuring thrice and cutting once, it rarely does? Must be one of Einsteins lesser known laws. The Law of Pattern Alignment.
I did my usual funky facing using some scraps of quilting cotton. Black with little red roses for the front facing, under collar and sleeve hem.
I had thought to add buttons. Since the fabric is a bit thick, I may just wear it as a topper over colored tanks. That will be nice when out after dark, and the temps cool down.