So Jess Sew - Rebecca Page Toronto Tee (free pattern)


The Rebecca Page Toronto Tee is a loose fitting boxy shirt made for knit fabrics. Oversized tops are definitely in right now. I usually choose more fitted shirts as a pear shape, but this one is really cute tucked in just in front. It would also be cute untucked with some skinny jeans or jeggings. 



This is a free pattern, so there aren't a ton of options, but there is an optional pocket that can be attached in the classic placement on the left or right side of the chest. The sleeves are cut on the fold, but since it's a loose fitting tee, it works just fine! The neckband length was pretty spot on and the seams were all trued.


If you wanted a slimmer fitting basic tee, you could size down or bring in the sides a bit. Another cute option, would be to cut it shorter to have a loose crop top, those are really popular right now. Something like this:

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I used french terry for the main part of the shirt and DBP for the neckline (both from knitpop.com).


You can find the pattern HERE on the Rebecca Page website. It's a PDF pattern, so you an download it instantly and print it out! For more free patterns, check out my blog post HERE.

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Happy Sewing!

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