Tees are the foundations of our modern wardrobes. Sewing knit fabric tee shirts is not only easy and satisfyingly quick, but it allows you to refresh your wardrobe on an hour's notice! The Vee neck tee is a classic, shows off some great jewelry and is EASY to sew.
There are many basic tees (and we have featured a lot of them on our blog). We're going to explore two more tees that we love that we know you will too! Click on any of the images below to see a full photo.
These tees are shapely and accent your figure, look great with jeans (as shown on Christine herself, above). They come in the same pattern envelope (see below).
The Cross Your Heart Tee, with a shirred underbust and princess paneled front is an easy to sew tee that has a seemingly complex but actually quite clever shirred wrap that gathers onto a front panel. This tee can be made short sleeved with sleeve bands above the elbow, 3/4 or long which is perfect for transitional spring and fall days.
The Vee-neck tee has a double layered band in front that is sewn together in a unique way that makes sewing it a breeze. No neckbands to fuss with. The back neck comes up a bit higher in the back of this tee, which elongates the vee neckline. You can make this in cap, elbow with band, 3/4 or long split hem sleeve.
You can wear these tees with a pencil skirt or jeans, with slim pants, flare or wide leg or even a maxi skirt - the tees' shape and fit means it skims your curves and makes you look awesome, regardless of your size.
Our favorite tee shirt looks: