Boxy Tee Update! I finally have better photos of my Boxy Tees. Steve took them first thing in the morning, so I look like I'm not quite awake yet. Here is the first one:
And I made a second one last weekend. Same brand fabric, same type, but this batch was stiffer, so folding over seams was difficult. I like it, but the first one is softer. Maybe this one will soften up after a few washings.
That's my reminder to take these photos, taped to the front door behind me.
Here is my cutting layout. I ended up cutting two pieces for the neckline bias tape. Because I want to keep the total yardage at 2 yards rather than get more just to cut a piece for the neckline. It's probably not as 'on the bias' as it could be but it's the best I can do.
Remember the MSL Blouse? I gave up. I bought 3 yards of muslin, but when the time came to cut out the pattern, I couldn't see how this funky sleeve shape fitted into the body shape in any way. It made no sense. I don't desperately want or need a peasant blouse, so I just gave up.
What I really want to do is start practicing the Alabama Chanin techniques. I need more time!