|[from What Kate Wore]|
|This is my best calm princess face.|
|Close-up: I didn't have any light blue thread, so I just used white the whole way through.|
|The sheer sleeves are definitely my favorite part.|
Fabric: 100% organic cotton medium men's tee in light periwinkle blue, some kind of white polyester net
Hours used: Two-ish. I messed up the binding the first time around since this knit is tissue thin and uncooperative, so I had to go back and redo it.
Will you make this again? Maybe? Not sure how I feel about the raglan sleeve in knit.
Total cost: $5
Final thoughts: I don't know how well the inspiration came through in the final garment, but hey, it's a wearable top and I would never have thought to put these fabric together otherwise. I'm really liking that this is slightly more presentable than a plain t-shirt, but not over the top girly, either.
|One last ridiculous picture -- my best princess wave! |
Oddly enough, it looks like my embroidered Gollum is mimicking me. Or am I mimicking him?
I still have a few more big knit projects to churn out before I'm done with this round of stash-busting, by which time the weather will hopefully have cooled down so that I can think about my plaids and wools! Right now, the very idea is making me break into a sweat.