I've made 6 so far, and don't know if I can stop making more. You see, there are just so many possibilities with this pattern! This is my first one. This is View A, the basic t-shirt. You can see that it has a rounded neckline and a gentle flare at the bottom.
Nordstrom. If they truly are Stella McCartney fabrics, then this is a $500 t-shirt! I only had enough of the first print to make the front and back, so I used a grey knit for the sleeves.
On this one, I had enough fabric to do it all in one fabric. I swung it out the side seams about an inch when I was cutting it to give more room at the tummy. I'm glad I did- I like the swingy look this one has.
The long side has a split at the bottom which you can kind of see here:
The next two are reincarnations of other shirts. Back in 2009, I made a couple of long cowl neck tunics for a wardrobe contest. The fabrics were really nice, but the style was a little off for me, and I had not worn them. I kept them both in my closet, from my big closet purge in January, and sadly, they were still languishing in the closet. I decided to deconstruct them, and make more Vogue 9057's from them!
So, here is the first before and after. I used a mesh knit for the sleeves on this one.
And the second before and after. This one I used a nylon stretch lace for the sleeves.
I rarely make a pattern more than a couple of times, so that says something about this one. I really can't pick a favorite view from this pattern. It's too hard! Which view do you like best?