SB322 Tonic T-shirt
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SB322 Tonic T-Shirt

PDF Pattern: Free      Hard Copy Pattern $13.00

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Product Description

The Tonic T-shirt is the cure for wardrobe woes. It is the staple item that works as a base for any outfit that needs some new life. This T-shirt is specifically made for petites, so no more t-shirts that can double as a tunic or hang out below a cardigan. Neckline is sexy, but not so much as you have to be in fear of bending over. All secure here.

Make it in your basic color palette as an easy layering piece or make it in that special knit fabric that will add a pop to your wardrobe.

*Skill Level- Easy

 

 

Additional Information

Format

Downloadable PDF Pattern, Hard Copy Pattern (mailed to you)

Size

XXS-L, XL-3X

Reviews

  1. Dale

    (verified owner):

    Great fit! I’m 5’1″ and love how this shirt is just right. I cut a M/L/L though my measurements would use a M/M/M. I like a looser fit around my waist and hips and this worked out perfectly. And so convenient! Just print it up and put it together… ready when you are! Thanks for such a great pattern!

  2. Robyn

    (verified owner):

    The XS is a perfect fit, and I’m super picky about fit. I tried a small FBA on my first test, because I don’t like my T shirts pulling too much across my chest, but I didn’t need it. I used the stretch gauge, I love that it’s included. I also love the instructions for the neck band. I got perfect results. Even if you’re happy with your usual way, I suggest you try this! Extra steps I did: taped my shoulders and used a strip of tricot interfacing to stabilize the neckline. I graded the neckband seam which was a mistake and simply made it harder to topstitch, duh. I am so happy to have a tshirt that isn’t too long in the torso, too wide in the shoulders, with sleeves hanging over my hands! I used this pattern to test drive the SBCC sizing, and I am happy to say I plan to sew everything offered on the site! I’ve been sewing forever and I always alter my patterns, but there’s just something thrilling about a perfect fit right out of the envelope (and better results)! Yay! One hint: when taping the pattern pieces, just butt the edges. No overlapping, no trimming. At least I *think* that’s right! I had great results with that method, but it was trial and error for a while…

  3. JUANITA

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    THANK YOU!!!

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