Happy fall ya’ll! I have been sewing up tons of new tops for the fall, even though is sure doesn’t feel like fall yet in Charleston. Wishful thinking I guess? Fall is my favorite and also the season that is lacking the most handmade clothing.
I found this sweater knit at Wanderlust forever ago. I used it to make the Colette Oslo Cardigan (which I’ve never worn again after a kid asked my why I was wearing my bathrobe) and had exactly the right amount left over for the Dreamer tee. It was meant to be!
The Dreamer Tee is a ridiculously easy top to sew and sooooo fast! It’s also so comfortable! I think you need to be careful what fabric you choose for it. I made another one out of really drapey heather grey fabric and I looked like a sloppy mess. I think it’s absolutely perfect out of a sweater knit and I will be shopping around online for some more. I’m also wondering what it would look like in a french terry.
Maybe know that I’ve blogged about this top it will cool down so I can wear it! Let’s hope! Actually, now that I’m looking at the pictures, I guess the colors in this floral sweater knit would also be perfect for an early spring day. Or maybe a cool summer evening way up North where it actually gets cool in the evening?
I was provided a pattern of my choosing as part of the Indiesew blogger team. All thoughts and opinions are of course my own!