The Concord pattern is great but I did not find the finished measurement on my old version and as per the photos, I assumed it was fitted but with a little ease all over. I made it to my measurements 16-20-16 G/H. I did all the correct lengthwise adjustments for me (+3.5" for correct bust apex, and -3" at hips to correct length. I have a long torso). Results, the shoulders fits OK, the bust is a little tight, the mid section is way too tight and the hips are OK but could be a little loser (my hips fell into the size 14 but I made size 16 anyway, hum!). The arms are too small by a tad. I should have measured my pattern before cutting and I should have chosen a more elastic fabric than cotton spandex. Lesson learned but I doubt I will make it again. I think I suit a more A-line type of tee-shirts. BTW, the pattern is great, the instructions are easy to follow and support is excellent. It's just not my style, but an excellent pattern nonetheless.
It took me four tries to get the perfect fit, but I got there! I love this for a basic tee that fits me perfectly. I had to do an FBA, full bicep adjustment, and remove a little bit of length. Al in all, it turned out to be the perfect fit and is now one of my favorite essential tops.
I found this patter had great instructions but it didnt work for my shape. I have a larger bust but am a straighter shape through the waist and hips. I also found the nexklines way to wide for me
I recently purchased the concord T-shirt pattern and have already made three of them. It fits so well and is easy to sew. I used size 16 c/d bust graded to 22 hip. Did a full bum adj for a little more booty room and added 2 inches to length as I like my t shirts longer . Now I have the shirt that makes me the most comfortable. I highly recommend this and all Cashmerette patterns. Cashmerette has made sewing fun again!
I love the Concord T. I have made 4 so far. I've tried all the combinations from short and longer sleeves, short, hip, and tunic length, and they all fit great. I love the assistance from the website - you can enter your measurements and it will calculate which size(s) will fit you. There is also a great blog article on the best way to grade their patterns. The instructions are very clear and easy to follow with great illustrations. I also like how I can print only the size(s) needed from the PDF pattern, which makes it much easier to cutout and follow (no having to trace the cutting lines with a marker to tell where to cut!) All in all, I love the Concord-T and highly recommend it and Cashmerette Patterns!
I’ve been struggling to find a tee shirt pattern that I like for quite a long time, and after a few adjustments (the armscye being too long for me) here it is! I prefer tees without spandex and thus too much stretch, so I made it one size up and one cup size up. Nirvana! I’ve made two short-sleeves, scoop neck tees and am now finishing a dress I’ve cobbled up from the top. Fantastic!