Introducing the Easy Street Tee

Meet our other newest pattern, the Easy Street Tee! We designed this tee for the Project Street Style pattern collection with Project Run & Play, as a companion pattern to the Stoplight Skirt.

Easy Street Tee designed, sewn and reviewed by Skirt Fixation for Project Street Style at Project Run & Play.

The Easy Street offers 2 views. Unisex for every boy and girl, and soon to become their favorite tee ever. The dolman sleeves offer ultra comfort. The front is slightly cropped to show off the lines of a sassy skirt while providing just the right amount of coverage from the scooped back. The long sleeves boast a layered look with a faux rolled up cuff and extra long sleeves. The short sleeve tee is cuffed for on trend fashion. A raw edge pocket can be added to either tee. Seriously the fastest tee you’ll ever sew!

The above Easy Street Tee is sewn in  Rooftops on Rooftops in Paris on organic cotton jersey from Hawthorne Supply Company. I had a vision of a very fancy Easy Street Tee with lace sleeves and a lace pocket, and this execution came out perfectly! I used the finished scallop edge of the lace for the bottom of the sleeves and top of the pocket, so no hemming was necessary on them!

Speaking of fun pocket details on the Easy Street Tee, Tina got a flip sequin pocket on her Easy Street Tee! This one is Jadore Paris in Terracotta on organic cotton jersey from Hawthorne Supply Company. The sleeves and neckband are micro waffle knit and a PERFECT combination!

David received an Easy Street Tee also in  Stardust in Onyx on organic cotton jersey from Hawthorne Supply Company. His sleeves are also micro waffle knit, although sadly not that white anymore because he’s been wearing this shirt non stop!

Metro Pants and Shorts pattern sewn and reviewed by Skirt Fixation

Lowell is wearing a solid Easy Street Tee in solid black. It’s a modal knit from CaliFabrics, and the whole time I was sewing it I was wishing I’d saved this amazing fabric for myself! (Oh, and here’s your mistake for this post…that lovely neon GLOW graphic on his shirt peeled off the first time I washed it because I used the only holographic vinyl I had in stock at midnight when making this shirt…and it wasn’t iron on, only removable! But here’s an affiliate link to holographic iron on vinyl if you need some.)

I sewed up quite a few more Easy Street Tees than these shown, but many of them are for an event coming later in the year, so no photos now! Sorry!

Find the Easy Street Tee in the shop here.

See the many tester versions of the Easy Street Tee here.

And that’s it for us sharing all the garments we sewed for Project Street Style!

Can’t get enough of Project Street Style?

Buy the whole Project Street Style Collection here.

Enter the Project Street Style lookbook here.

Read our review of the Stoplight Skirt here.

Read our review of the Indigo Dress here.

Read our review of the City Lights Cape here.

Read our review of the Metro Pants and Shorts here.

Read our review of the Senpai Bomber Jacket here.

Read our review of the Via Top, Tunic and Dress here.

Published by skirtfixation

Audrey, a mom of 9, sews and blogs at Skirt Fixation, your home for everything skirt related! There's lots of other sewing goodness too...after all can't leave the boys out of sewing adventures! She also designs and sells pattern through Project Run & Play.

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