Well, hellooooo there! Unlike the model, I decided to wear a bra for my photo shoot. Ya'll can thank me later for that.
Pattern: Burda WOF October 2007, #115, Size 38
Fabric: Bamboo Jersey knit from Wazoodle in Natural. I used remnant fabric from Vogue 8392. My recent conclusion about bamboo jersey is that it is incredibly soft and easy to work with and a great joy to wear but boy is it a pain in the butt to wash. It seems easy because it can be thrown in the washer and dryer but it ends up looking like a raisin when it comes out. It takes a lot of ironing for it to resemble it's original form. And I am not an ironer, especially for t-shirts. Not my thing at all.
Alterations: None. This was sort of a wearable muslin so I just wanted to see if I would even like it. I really should make the torso an inch longer like I do with the Big 4 patterns so I'll probably be doing that next time I make this. Wait did I say next time? That leads me to the next topic.
Like? I will be making this again. I think I'm going to use up all the remnant jersey I have from other projects and use them on this top. I think it's comfy and quite wearable.
One comment about the fit. Like Assorted Notions mentioned in her review, this shirt is sort of biggish. My bust measurement measures to the 38 size exactly and I think the amount of ease on my shirt really mirrors that of the model in the first picture. So if you are looking for tight, downsize.
Oh, ya, I joined RAVELRY (finally). My sn is loopylulu. Don't be a stranger over there either. =)