Double Gauze Scout Tee

I made the Grainline Studio Scout tee in a double gauze fabric from Imagine Gnats. I graded from a size 4 at the bust to a size 6 at the waist and a size 8 at the hips. I must have also shortened it but I can’t remember by how much.

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This was a pretty quick make. I finished all of the seams with french seams. I made bias tape from the same fabric for the neckline. Over all even though it is a fairly simple top I’m super happy with how it came out in part due to the clean finishes on the inside.

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This is meant to be a boxy shirt so I think next time I’ll use a fabric with more drape for a softer look.

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I also took this shirt on my trip over a year ago to Vietnam and Thailand. The Scout Tee is a great pattern for situations where you may need to have your shoulders covered (so many temples). I had never used double gauze before and I was hoping that this would be a super breathable top for the hot weather there. In some ways this was a great fabric because it hangs away from your body and is lightweight. However, I think the dark color was not a great choice and it does get quite wrinkly after being shoved in your backpack. If I was packing again I probably would leave this one at home.

Scout Tee With Elephants

I wore this to an elephant sanctuary in Thailand – one of my favorite things from my trip!

 

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3 thoughts on “Double Gauze Scout Tee

  1. Love your Scout tee! I ended up using this pattern as a “block” since boxy really didn’t work for me. I added bust darts and fish-eyed dart to the back, curved the hem and added a hem facing. By the time I was done it was hardly recognizable BUT I love it 🙂

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