I mentioned that I had made another iCandy Summer Tee, but that I had kind of a high-low thing going on with the hem. I absolutely love the pattern, but I felt that the hem was just a little fiddly. My opinion for sure, others might think it's great.
With the first top that I made, I ended up just cutting the back off and making a straight hemline. This is the tee with the lace back. You can find the original post HERE.
My second tee, looks exactly the same from the front, although this time I used 2 coordinating knits to create the top.
To do this, begin by matching up the front and back pattern pieces and overlap the seam allowance. The seam allowance on this pattern is 1/4". Remember, the hem will not match as the back is already longer than the front.
Now simply cut on the lines that you drew in and your pattern is ready to go!https://titesmains.wordpress.com/ She said that she had made a few of them, loves them and wears them all the time. You can find her post on the tops HERE. You can see in her picture that she too cut the back hemline off and made it straight across.
HERE. Sadly, it only comes in a medium size, but they do give some pointers on how to enlarge it a little if you would like to give it a try. And if you do give it a try, I hope you'll try out the curved hemline. Hey, if you don't like it, you can always cut it off!!!!