My Magnolia Tee

September 20, 2020

Written by Anna White

I’ve been buying pdf patterns online for several years now as opposed to buying from the big box stores. These patterns are designed by small business owners who sell their designs online. I have found some wonderful designs that I hope to one day make all of although I’m sure some of the patterns will never be completed. Instead they will sit on my computer taking up space or rest in my basement in a roll that was printed with the intentions of making it, but actually attaching it to fabric and sewing the item created will never be seen.

Luckily for me, the Magnolia Tee designed by Sonia Estep Designs (SED) will not be one of those forgotten patterns. I actually just bought this one last week. Instead of waiting for the pattern to be printed by a big company and mailed to me, I decided to print on 8 1/2 x 11 printer paper, tape it together, grade the pattern to fit my size, cut it out and sew it. This process took a couple days, but today I was able to cut it out on the fabric and sew it together. I could not be happier with the way this shirt turned out. 

I made it out of some rib knit that I bought probably two years ago. It’s been so long since I bought the fabric that I have forgotten where I bought it as well as how long ago that purchase was and definitely don’t remember the company I bought it from. Although the neckband is a little big, the rest of the shirt is perfect. I will probably be wearing this shirt for several days in a row as it so comfortable. I done the 3/4 length sleeves as my house is cooler than most and I’m not really a fan of long sleeves as they usually make me hot, so the compromise was to do 3/4 instead.

Look at this beautiful creation. The shorts in this picture is the Iris shorts also designed by SED.

 

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