To make this flyaway shirt, I took the easy way. I placed my pattern on the fold, and then slid the bottom part of the shirt away from the fold while keeping the neckline in the same place. This keeps all the flare in the front, but makes a pretty good flyaway look.
I did the same for the back, but I lengthened it too for a high-low hem.
This is one of the first high-low shirts I’ve made, and I can’t tell you how much I love it. Why have I never made a shirt like this before!? It doesn’t feel too long in the front, and it always covers my back while I running/chasing/playing with Henry.
Flyaway tees are the best for summer! I never realized how comfortable it is to have a breeze going through your shirt during a hot day keeping you cool.
Don’t mind me, it was a no make-up, no shoes, no wash hair up kind of day! Everyone deserves one every once in awhile right? (Actually, this is my everyday summer look. Boo ya! Anyone with me?)