Her bust: 33.5"
Zero ease, worn closed
You know...I wouldn't change a thing except the top
Toni is wearing underneath the Camp Shirt. Maybe the Camp Shirt could
be an inch or so longer so that it fell past the curve of her hips.
Her bust: 34.5"
1" negative ease, worn open
This shows what the shirt would look like with close to
the recommended amount of ease (1.5"), but worn open for a more casual
look. The waist shaping sits a bit high on Debbie's high waist, so I
would drop it down (start it sooner) by about an inch to give more
balance to her curves.
Her bust: 34"
.5" negative ease, worn closed
I love this shirt on Trish. Look how the collar and
cuff details help draw the eye up to her face and then the waist
shaping draws the eye back down again over her figure. Nice length,
Her bust: 34"
.5" negative ease
I don't know why, but I've always thought of Bertha as
being, as my mother would say, "of a certain age." I think her figure
and graceful poise give the impression of a woman with some life
experience on her! The waist shaping falls a bit lower on Bertha than
on the other women, as it has in other sweaters; and I like the effect.
We show Bertha wearing this shirt several ways to show you how
versatile and pretty it is, no matter what you do!
Her bust: 35.5"
2" negative ease
seems a bit tight on Sarah; she wears it with more negative ease than
recommended by Chrissy, the designer. So for Sarah, I would probably go
up to the next size. I'd also make it a bit longer, and start the waist
shaping earlier to more closely follow her own curves.
Her bust: 31"
1.5" positive ease, worn closed
Maybe Annie does look good in everything. I like the positive ease on
her--note that this amount of positive ease is similar to what Sarah
would get if Sarah made the 36.5" size for herself.