We already confessed our love for the independent pattern company, Grainline Studio, when we showed you the Archer Button Up shirt we made using Jack and Lulu’s Take A Hike collection. Not only are Jen Beeman’s patterns clean and thorough, but she also posts helpful tips & tricks on her blog (like this tutorial for using French seams on armholes, or this tutorial for getting a flat bias neckline).
When our Perrymint collection arrived, we knew instantly that the cotton shirting prints would be perfect for a Scout Woven Tee. This pattern is super quick to whip up (even with using all French seams, which we did!), and it’s become a staple in our wardrobe. If you’re new to garment sewing, we definitely recommend trying out this pattern. One of our fave websites, Kollabora, even hosted a sew-along – click here to check it out.
We used Stella-S236 Coral – the crosshatch print from Perrymint – for our Scout Tee and we’re in love with the result.
Perrymint is on cotton shirting and it’s in stores now! Contact your local quilt shop or find it online. We can’t wait to see your Scout Tee!