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Simple - Elegant Tee sewing pattern by Karen Nye of CNT Patterns

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The Simple - Elegant Tee sewing pattern by Karen Nye of CNT Pattern Company.

This is a one-piece pattern with interchangeable options that make it a must have addition to your wardrobe.

This pattern offers 3 fantastic sleeve options to choose from: Kimono, Cap, Dolman.

It also offers you 2 neckline options: Scoop & V-neck.

Finally, it offers you 3 different lengths.

Sizes included: 8-24
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Simple - Elegant Tee sewing pattern by Karen Nye of CNT Patterns
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Simple - Elegant Tee sewing pattern by Karen Nye of CNT Patterns
Perfect for beginners!
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We made this top in my sewing II class at a local vo-tech. There are 4 women and I don't think anybody made the same top, neck, length or sleeve, and all of them turned out well. The pattern is simple and clever. There are only three pieces to cut, unless you are lengthening the sleeve. The top is cut on the fold so the top only has two side seams. Hemming the sleeves and bottom was easy. I thought the neckline instructions were difficult to understand, my teacher was there to explain it differently. I'm sure there are you tube videos that could help too. I used a knit, which lays beautifully. If you're a beginner try not to get a "slippery" knit. It took me twice as long to make as it is hard to get it smooth to lay the pattern and cut and it made the neckline more difficult. I would also recommend beginners do the round neckline, it is much easier. My top turned out great, except the v neck. I think the fabric and my inexperience was to blame tho, not the pattern