Surprise! I made another lace tee…I have a bit of an addiction to lace t-shirts, and why not??They are easy to make, easy to wear, and they make my comfy-running-around-after-the-kids outfits feel a little less “momish”. That’s how I feel anyway 😉 This time I used the (free!) Hemlock Tee pattern from the amazingly talented Jen of Grainline Studio.This shirt came together so fast- I would say about 30 minutes from cutting to completion! Sometimes you just need a quick fix, you know? The lace fabric came from Mood, and has been in my stash for a while. I used less than a yard of fabric for this top 🙂 It is not a stretch fabric, but still works well because this pattern has a lot of ease.For the construction- I sewed the front and back pieces together at the shoulders, then finished the raw edges along the sides of the shirt with my serger. Then I just sewed up the sides to the sleeve markings. I folded the edge in around the armhole 1/4″ and sewed it down. Same thing for the neckline- I serged the raw edge, folded it under and sewed it down. I used the scalloped edges for the bottom so there was no need for hemming.Easy as can be, and I have already worn it a bunch. I can see myself whipping up some more sleeveless Hemlocks as we make our way towards spring. I’ve been dragging my heels a bit on my Gerard coat, but I can feel my motivation coming back slowly….I am imagining jeans, a slouchy sleeveless Hemlock with my Gerard coat, and it feels like an outfit I could live in.