I made the small size and used the petite length. I'll use the normal length for winter tops.
The Alexa instruction book uses big font, real photos and the steps are in a logical order to achieve a no-fuss tee. The pattern is hand drawn and has a nostalgic feel to it.
Petite hem length
I traced off both the long and short sleeve lengths.
This first version is the small size but uses the normal length hem. This hem length will be good for winter tops and the petite length is handy for my height.
Below shows the sway back centre back seam to give a nicer shaped fit to the back.
Neckline close upI've used one of the striped sections to keep the black/white feature at my neckline.
This time Alexa has the petite length hem and a v-neckline from McCalls 6247.
V-neck close up has a 'trekkie' feel to it.
Centre back view with sway back again.
So then I used a trekkie type fabric...
Just for the fun of it.
Minerva meetup Hiya!
And speaking for about 'for the fun of it', a big hiya to all the Minerva bloggers, Minerva family and staff, Minerva crafting group and lovely locals who came to the Minerva Meet up on Saturday.
It's taken me a few days for it all to start sinking in. #stillinawe
What a weekend! Photos to come but a huge hug to you all from myself and Mr V (Ross).
Forever grateful to have met you all!!!!