Here is A wearing the latest edition of Simplicity 3759. It really fits her nicely, and she has requested more of them. I don’t really have much plain, unpatterned knit fabric, so I will have to look around. I have lots of the white knit, though, and can make another one. My favorite knit fabric is the textured knit that is used for polo shirts, except that I use the wrong, untextured side for the right side. It is a nice firm, easy-to-sew fabric.
I have made a lot of shirts from Simplicity 9210. I have adapted the pattern so much that it now resembles a completely different blouse. The current version has 3/4 length sleeves.
Here is the same green shirt I have been ‘working’ on for a few months now. I was interrupted by vacation and knitting, but I have finally picked it up again. I just need to do the side seams, hems, and buttons.
This short sleeved blouse is also 9210 made in a batik. I found the perfect buttons for this fabric.
The moss green version is made of polyester crepe and has matching pants and vest.
The weather here in Northern California has turned hot. It is 103 degrees out there today, so I am keeping cool by sewing in the back room with the fan pointed toward me.