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t-shirt 3 in cotton canvas


When I first learned to pattern draft and starting dreaming about offering clothing under my brand, I wanted to make a t-shirt in a sturdy duck canvas. Unfortunately, my doubt got the best of me at that time and I felt like I couldn't offer a shirt in a heavy fabric like canvas, which is most often used for pants or even upholstery. Well, this season, I'm going back to that original vision and offering a new style: t-shirt 3 in cotton canvas. T-shirt 3 is more cropped than t-shirt 1 and 2 and has a longer sleeve. It pairs perfectly with your favorite super high-waisted pants and a winter jacket. Sculptural, sturdy and comfortable.

The color of the fabric is named "tea" since it's pretty close to how I like my earl grey tea to look in the morning after I've added the cream: a very light beige. Sort of like the pages of an old library book.

I've designed my "open size" (os) garments to accommodate a range of sizes. Os 2 has 6" more "ease" in the bust and both sizes are the same length. Emma, pictured first, wears os 1. Kaylee, pictured second, wears os 2. 

os 1

Bust measurement: 24 1/2"
Length: 18"

os 2

Bust measurement: 27 1/2"
Length: 18"

*Please note that because of the handmade nature of my clothes there could be slight variations in these measurements. I consider this my own little act of "wabi sabi" which is the Japanese concept of the beauty in imperfection. 

Fabric content: duck cotton canvas
Care instructions: Wash separately in cold water on delicate cycle. Dry on low heat. Remove promptly. Press...or don't.
*this fabric is sourced locally in Denver from a fabric shop beloved by its community. 

Hand made to order with patience and care. Please allow 2-3 weeks for this item to ship. 

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