Welcome to our Favorite Tee / Fav Tee Sew Along!
Day One is reserved to purchasing the pattern, printing and cutting the size(s) you need. If you plan on sewing for yourself you can get the Favorite Tee here, if you’re sewing for your little one, the Fav Tee can be purchased here and if you’re sewing for both of you (just think of the mommy and me matching outfits!) you can get the bundle.
This is our first Sew Along in the new M4M & P4P Sew Along group so be sure to join the group not only for the exclusive discount code available for the Favorite and Fav Tee patterns but also to post your progress this week.
Now that you purchased the pattern(s), print the size needed. In order to do that it is very important that you take your most accurate measurements.
You will need your waist, hips and chest measurements in order to choose the correct Favorite/Fav Tee size. P4P has an amazing blog that gives you tip for accurately taking your measurements. You can read all about it here. If your measurements put you in a different size for chest/waist/hips be sure to check out our P4P University blog and grade to achieve the perfect fit.
Check out the day 1 video below and then post a picture of your favorite sewing tool in the comments of the Day 1 picture. We don’t allow pictures of the pattern posted so this will be a great way to show our fellow sewists our gadgets 🙂
Favorite Tee & Fav Tee SAL
Day 3: shoulder seam + attach sleeves
Day 4: side seam + hem sleeves
Tiffany Sheffey says
My favorite sewing tool is the rotary cutter. I wish I would have known about it 10 years ago. Cutting used to be my least favorite part. Now it’s the quickest step.
Rene Bolton says
My favorite tool is my rotary color. It’s a teal color! So easy to use!
KATHLEEN U BRIDGES says
I finally paid attention to the small print! Just kidding, it was the same size print. I showed my small rotary cutter and the washers I use as weights .
Deanna Howe says
My favorite utensil is the stitcher ripper! It’s a left saver
Deanna Howe says
Life saver lol*
I love my stitcher ripper! It’s a life saver