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Long Sleeve T-Shirt Pattern for Women

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Updated January 30, 2017
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Long Sleeve T-Shirt Pattern for Women
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From the Blogger: "This is an easy 3/4 sleeve length knit top I made a few years ago. It is such an easy DIY top that I believe it will help you to create dozens of new tops with just a few modifications. Think about this knit top as an easy-to-use block for short or long sleeve knit tops, shift dresses, and more! You should only need about 30 minutes from start to finish and the results will surprise you!"

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I'm also a fan of layering light weight knit tops with a sweater for most of the year. My house always feels cold even when it's warmish outside. I haven't made many tops but this one looks doable. I have some challis fabric that I got on sale, has anyone tried this pattern with that type of knit? I really like the blue color pictured with the tutorial. It's very pretty.

In winter, I much prefer to wear a long sleeved top under a jacket, than to bulk up with sweaters. I love to have a collection of long sleeved tops on hand, but I find it increasingly difficult to buy them now. If I find shirts that have a nice relaxed fit, rather than being skin tight, they fall off my shoulders. However, with a few adjustments, I can make my own shirts with this pattern. Im off to the store to buy heaps of fabric.

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