I used the Renfrew as a sloper and drew mini batwing sleeves (as done with the batwing sweater). I'm using these a lot lately, I like the style and I can forego setting in sleeves which I still haven't quite mastered yet. Added cuffs and a waistband à la the Renfrew and that was basically it. I thought of making a wide neckline, but these tend to slide off one shoulder and I wanted to be able to wear this to work. I think a pattern like this doesn't need a complicated design anyway, it's interesting enough in itself. And I need some basic shirts that you can just throw on.
One question for you: how do you finish raw serged edges like these? Now I hand sewed them flat at the end, but maybe there's a better way? I'd love to hear your tips and tricks!
P.S. Number 3 of the 15:60!
P.P.S. If you like it too, I saw this fabric somewhere in an online shop, but I forgot where. I do know they had badly photoshopped examples of garments made with it. Anyone know which shop that is?