Hemlock Tee . Grainline Studios - Miss Castelinhos
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Hemlock Tee . Grainline Studios

Today, me and my friends from Cose+ are showing all the different versions of the Hemlock Tee we made. This a free, single size pattern from Grainline Sudios. You can get it just by subscribing to the newsletter.

I have this inspirational image on my Pinterest board for the longest time. When I first saw it, I knew the Hemlock would be perfect for it.

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It only took me a simple hack to achieve this look.

I used the sleeve notch to trace a line across the grainline.

Hemlock tee-04I then added a 1cm (3/8″) seam allowance on the top and bottom pieces.
Hemlock tee-05And there you have it! Repeat the same steps for the back pattern piece.Hemlock tee-06

I sewed the two front pieces and the two back pieces together and then just followed the original instructions. Because of the lowered shoulder seam, there was no need to change the sleeve.

Hemlock tee-02That visual line going across the arms and chest is exactly what I was going for.

Hemlock tee-01

The striped fabric is a beautiful ponte from The Sweet Mercerie and the floral fabric is french terry from my local shop.

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Check out all the other versions my dear friends made. It really shows how great this pattern is!

10 Comments
  • Mie

    April 28, 2016 at 6:13 pm Reply

    Simply plain perfect!!! Love!

    • Diana

      April 30, 2016 at 10:53 am Reply

      You’re too kind! Thanks Mie! 😀

  • Constança

    April 28, 2016 at 11:06 pm Reply

    Obrigada pela explicação visual, Diana, assim é muito fácil concretizar a tua visão. Também hei-de experimentar, ficou mesmo bem!

    • Diana

      April 30, 2016 at 10:53 am Reply

      Obrigada Constança! 😀

  • Caroline

    April 29, 2016 at 5:45 am Reply

    This is a great hack – it looks very effective. Love the contrast yoke. I did a yoke hack on my Coco dress.

    • Diana

      April 30, 2016 at 10:54 am Reply

      Thanks Caroline! These changes may be small, but it really makes it more unique!

  • teresa

    April 29, 2016 at 2:06 pm Reply

    Gosto muito desta versão! Acho que vou tentar em casa 🙂

    • Diana

      April 30, 2016 at 10:52 am Reply

      Obrigada Teresa! 😀

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