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First time making myself a t-shirt and I love it. Instructions were easy to follow. I added extra length as I am tall and it was so easy to adjust to my needs. Already working on my second and third and my mum has brought material for me to make her some too.
Flattering, feminine tee
This tee was just what I'd wanted - a feminine cap sleeve tee. I made it in a lightweight bamboo lycra fabric. I've already cut out my second, this time trying a different neckline. Great instructions too.
Best T-shirt ever
I've been searching for a top to wear underneath hoodies that is also flattering. I'm in love with this shirt and have already cut out five more.
Is 5 too many?
That is how many Ray of Light tees I have made! The ruching is very flattering. And I was able to make one out of a metre of fabric! Thank you for such a great pattern!
I love this pattern; it is so versatile. I've made two already in different bases and I have two more planned. They make fantastic yoga tees, as well as lovely casual and more formal tops.