I’ve had a terrible time sewing clothes that fit my partner. He’s not particularly odd-shaped, but the times that I’ve attempted (see here, here, here, and here) haven’t worked out very well. They don’t look terrible in photos, but he’s never actually worn them in real life.
I reorganized my stash the other day, and realized that I had a decent chunk of this navy polka dot knit fabric leftover from making a dress in the fall. I wanted to make something, but not go fabric shopping (shocking, I know), so next I searched through my patterns. Ultimately, I decided to make a polka-dotted peplum top with McCall’s 6896.
I hope you’re not getting bored of my Granville shirts yet, because I’m back with a fourth! This time I made up a plaid flannel version, perfect for fall and winter.
I’m cruising along with these fall sewing goals! This is my second long-sleeved button-up shirt of the season: another Granville Shirt by Sewaholic Patterns.