The Emmy T-Shirt from Laela Jeyne Patterns is a staple pattern for your stash. This pattern is the children’s verson of the Women’s Emily T-Shirt. I love the Emily! My favorite top right now is an Emily. You can see it here from a post I did over the summer. Just like the Women’s pattern, Emmy is full of options to carry throughout the seasons. *This post contains affiliate links to aid in my fabric hoarding tendencies.
Size Range: Childrens 6m-6 and Girls 7-14
Neckline options: Jewel neck, cowl neck, hood
Sleeve options: Regular or Gathered Sleeve cap with three lengths. This also includes options to create with or without cuffs, but a thumb-hole cuff option. (I’m all about not hemming, so I love these options!) The Gathered sleeve caps give a feminine touch, while the regular sleeves work great for the boys.
Accent Features: Three elbow patch options, and a triangle accent at the hip, curved hemline
Along with these options for the patterns you get all the features Laela Jeyne offers.
- Clear, concise instructions with photos and illustrations
- Fitting adjustments
- Printing directions
- No trim page options for US and A4 Paper
- Fabric Requirements and Layout
- Tips for sewing with knits!
The Emmy release price is $6.00 with the rest of the shop being 30% off! You can also bundle Emmy with Emily for $10.50. That is a pretty awesome deal for such loaded patterns. This is the last pattern release where the entire shop will be on sale, so be sure to snag anything on your wish list!
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I just love this top I stitched up for this post. I live for fall and there is nothing that screams fall like a cowl neck shirt. Last year I made the twins some cowl neck shirts and Peyton has been asking for one, so I was happy to oblige. I made the elbow length here, but have also done a second version with long sleeves and elbow patches. Those patches are such a fun feature.
I love the curved hemline on this top. This feature gives it a little more style and bumps it up from just a basic t-shirt pattern. I was nervous about hemming this, but with a good pressing it came out perfectly. A twin needle can do great things. (Though I wish I had a cover stitch machine.)
What combinations would you make first? Next I want to do a hooded version with long sleeves, elbow patches, and the triangle hip accent. I’ll be sure to share that when I’m done!