The thought of making a self-drafted pattern scares the bejeezus out of me… this is the closest I’ve come. And by self-drafted, I mean I folded over my fabric, traced a top that I like, sewed up the side seams, cut a hole for the neck, and finished the neck and arm holes with bias binding (is that what you call it?)
Other notes… I traced the shirt with a little bit of waist shaping create a little sleeve, and folded the fabric so that the back is a little longer than the front, with a little split at the sides of the hem. There are no shoulder seams – I thought this would make the shirt slip to the back, but it worked out OK… The fabric is sheer, but has a nice drape to it, it’s heavier than you would expect. AND it was in the 2.99/yd remnants at G Street.
And there you have a $2.99 “self-drafted” (ha!) shirt right here, folks. (On Burdastyle here).