You have seen the Rowan Tee here on my blog before when I sewed up 2 for testing, but this pattern has so many options this one looks nothing like the other two.
With all the great options this pattern has, you can combine them to make this shirt 144 different ways! Laura asked that everyone on the pattern tour choose a different one of the 144 combinations you can make with this pattern. I chose to make a long sleeve tee with patch pocket and cuffed hems. Some other options you can choose from are a hood, kangaroo pocket, and stripes down the sleeves.
I sewed this shirt up for Em in a 18-24 month width with a size 2 length out of some mystery knit from Walmart, the end of the bolt said "Unknown remnant"! But it was only $2 a yard and I love a good mystery (just kidding, but I do have a hard time passing up a geometric print like these polka dots!) The knit is super soft and stretchy, some type of light weight single knit I would guess. For the neckline and cuffs I used a ribbed knit, and a jersey for the little patch pocket.
The Rowan tees fit is spot on. It is a slimmer fitting tee, which I love for my slimmer sized girl. With the weight of the rib knit pulling on my mystery knit, this one looks a little longer than the last two I made. But I love the longer length, it looks adorable with her Small Fry Skinnies, but pairs well with leggings too.
It is a quick sew and the instructions are super clear and easy to follow. This is actually the fourth one I made (A got one too) and I have one more on my cutting table already! I know this is a pattern I will be using over and over.
You can find the Rowan Tee pattern in the Titchy Threads shop along with all of Laura's other great patterns. Check them out!
Want more Rowan Tee inspiration? Check out the other stops on the Rowan Tee Pattern Tour, and head over to Craftstorming to follow along with the rest of the tour going on this week!