Knit morphed peplum tee

Project Description

What are you most proud of? quick and getting easier to adjust to fit me What advice would you give someone starting this project? Go for it

What you will need

  • Ity Knit

Q&A with Aromagal1

Pat Mitchell asked:
The V-neck T is very flattering and fits very well. Did you go down a size when you cut out the knit fabric?
Aromagal1 answered:
I don't like my tees to be form fitting, and clinging to my rolls and bumps, so I don't go down as a "rule". I have at times gone back and streamlined duribg
Barbara Deckert asked:
Really cute! I love that you have been able to use what you learned in "Plus Size Pattern Fitting and Design" to design and fit other garments. Thanks for posting the pic!
Aromagal1 answered:
thanks for making the class. I have taken several, and this is the one I still love and refer back to. Plus you're so adorable with your little quips. Thanks for giving people like me the confidence to try sewing again (after many pattern failures) so we too can have cute well-fitting garments :)
Joy Costin Field asked:
I want to make one , how do i do it please, pattern etc ..thx
Aromagal1 answered:
I used Vogue 8815 that comes with the Plus size fitting and design class, and Mccalls 6035. I gave some instruction in my description. Is there something specific you don't understand? I am so pleased you like it and want to copy it.
DebbieGordon asked:
Thx for sharing. Great job. Did you lower the front waist or is that how the pattern ended up?
Aromagal1 answered:
The waist was lowered by 1/2" from the waist marked on the Mccalls pattern. I did end up reducing that at the side seams, so the centre front and back ended up still being that 1/2" longer. I tapered what I took up at the side seams to nothing by the princess seam between front/sidefront and back/sideback. I hope I explained that so you understand :)

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