Butterick 3391

Try as I might, with open mind and hopeful heart, I cannot embrace the babydoll shirt look.  I have no desire to look pregnant again, no matter how stylish this trend is supposed to be.  However, I still want some sort of modern stylish tee-shirt, since that does seem to be my daily uniform  This moderate stretch knit was from my stash and I tried this conservative view, with plans to make the other views if I liked the fit.
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I took this in front of the Ott-Light to shocase the neckline detail.  That’s all there is to this shirt, no ruffles or gathers where they don’t need to be, adding unwanted pounds.  Here’s another picture:
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The pattern is Butterick 3391 (OOP, naturally!).  This has nice little cap sleeves and goes together quickly.  I used a moderate stretch knit, so this shirt is very tight for my taste.  With a looser knit, it would be great!  This is a definite keeper, with more conservative styling, if that’s your thing.
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