These three Inari tees are basically the same as the other 3 I already posted – but I felt like posting 6 tops in one post would be A LOT so I split them. They’re all size 6 with 6.5cm added to the length.
This first one is made from leftover cotton lawn from this robe I made (which I sadly haven’t worn much). It has flecks of blues and yellows in and I found (during our mini heatwave) that it nicely matches my Portobello trousers.
This is one of my favourite fabrics ever, which I made into a Nancy dress which I never wear because I don’t really wear any dresses any more (and yet I’ve made thousands!). I can’t remember where the fabric was from as I must have bought it ages ago, but I’m glad I kept the remnant for so long as I really like it made up into this tee.
There was even enough fabric to make sure all the people were the right way up!
The last Inari I made was made from the leftover cotton from this Laurel dress (which I actually do wear occasionally).
I did have to cut the back piece for this one in two pieces, adding seam allowance and stitching the two halves together before constructing it as normal.
I don’t really have much to say about these tees as I’ve made the Inari so many times!
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