So here is my first attempt. There will be more.
Since Nettie, the lovely inspiration for the pattern has said herself that the high back version can feel very tight across the upper back, I sized up in that area by cutting 2 sizes larger at the back armscye only. I also did a forward shoulder adjustment which is standard for me. Other than that, I can say this bodysuit fits really well, and I love the shape of the front scoop neckline, as well as the low cut leg openings.
I have already tested it out in yoga class, and it performed really well and was very comfortable. It's really nice not having to worry about exposing my belly when upside down, which does happen with my tank tops!
The only changes I will make in the future will be to replace the binding at the leg openings with stretch lace for a seamless look, since I will be wearing my yoga leggings over the bodysuit (the binding is a little bulky). And I might try making a sleeveless version, which would be even more practical for layering. Overall a great basic, and I'm not surprised everyone seems to be making it!
The skirt is a Butterick pattern from the year 1990. Sarong style skirts were very popular in the 90s and there are lots of different patterns to be found.
I chose this one because it is a true wrap, so it's really easy to put on and take off over my yoga gear. I really like this style of skirt because it's a chic pencil silhouette, but with the ease of movement of a wrap skirt.
I made view C, which fastens with hooks and eyes, and the fabric is a lovely cupro which looks and feels like a sand washed silk. I have actually made this skirt before in a drapey wool blend and liked it so much I had to have a summery version.
Remember Jimmy Two Times, from Goodfellas? He said everything twice. Well I make every pattern twice, at least!
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