Spring ’14 Wardrobe: Madewell Scout Variation

Grainline Studio | Madewell Scout Variation

Hey guys! I’m back today with another Spring ’14 Wardrobe post. I’ve been a bit slow on the spring wardrobe making, but then again, it’s April 16th and the snow from the other day just melted. Either I’m waiting for spring to finish this wardrobe or spring is waiting for me, and if it’s the latter, I apologize wholeheartedly!

Grainline Studio | Madewell Scout Variation

This top is based on a top that Madewell has been carrying for the past few seasons, but I kind of hate the way most Madewell shirts fit me so I never purchased it despite trying it on a few times. I figured I could make an easy job of this style by starting with the Scout Tee pattern and doing a few easy tweaks. It would have been an hour or two project except that I photographed every step to give you guys a tutorial! Yess!!

Grainline Studio | Madewell Scout Variation

It took me SO long to photograph this tutorial, but it was also really really fun. I discovered there’s an iPhone app for my camera that acts as a wireless remote soooo that meant I could put my camera on a tripod, use both my hands to handle the fabric in the photo and then use my big toe to trip the shudder! WHOOO technology!!

Grainline Studio | Madewell Scout Variation

I really love how this shirt turned out, and the fabric is no small part of it. The folks at Robert Kauffman were kind enough to send me some of their 6.5oz denim for this and another project and I have to say, it’s the perfect weight for a denim garment! I’m kind of a big fan of this stuff from way back when, last summer I made a Moss skirt & Maritime shorts out of it, and my couch *might* be covered in it as well. Anyway, I love the way it sews up and can’t wait to show you the second project in a few weeks!

If you’d like to make your own with the Scout Tee patternย check out the pattern and sewing tutorials!

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28 Responses to Spring ’14 Wardrobe: Madewell Scout Variation

  1. Ginny says:

    Oooh, I love this too Jenn! Looking forward to the tutorial ๐Ÿ˜€

  2. Stephanie says:

    I am so excited about this!! It’s super, super cute Jen. I’ll have to check out that denim. I just ordered a bunch of Steven Alan twill and it’s lighter than what I expected. Maybe it would be good for this shirt??

  3. Caroline says:

    I’d love to hear what app you used! I love this variation, can’t wait for the tutorial.

  4. Ainsley says:

    I can’t wait to sew one up! I have blue plaid fabric in my stash (from Drygoods!) that I think will be perfect. ๐Ÿ™‚

  5. Andrea says:

    Lovely. I have the perfect chambray in my stash to make this. Thanks so much for taking the time to prepare a tutorial for us!

  6. Andrea says:

    Oh, and you and I have the exact same clogs!

  7. gingermakes says:

    This looks great! What a fun variation!

  8. Jeni says:

    Cannot wait! This variation is SO awesome! It turned to fabulous!

  9. ebonyh says:

    Awesome! I love how this turned out and am hyped to try making one myself!

  10. Tanya says:

    ooh, this top is fabulous. thanks for taking the time to put a tutorial together for us. looking forward to reading about it!

  11. haruna says:

    love the shirt! and yay for the tutorial!! I’ve made one scout tee so far, but I’m planning on making the 3/4-sleeve version and this, for sure!! what a versatile pattern, I love it. thank you Jen!!

  12. kristin says:

    Oh it looks sooo good! Looking forward to the tutorial. ๐Ÿ™‚

  13. ellebougies says:

    This is gorgeous – can’t wait for the tutorial!

  14. Ingrid says:

    Looks brilliant – sounds like a fun alteration to make as well!

  15. Alex says:

    What could be more perfect than a denim top – love this!

  16. Nicki says:

    Great variation, can’t wait to try it! Thank you so much, Jen, for putting together a tutorial.

  17. hedgewick says:

    I’d love to know the name of the app, also!

  18. sallie says:

    Love it! And thank you for all your effort in putting together that tutorial for us!

  19. Noelle says:

    Can’t wait for the tutorial. Madewell has inspired more than a few garments in my closet.

  20. Kelly says:

    Looks great, especially with a necklace! I’m looking forward to the tutorial!

  21. Diane says:

    This Scout variation is so cute. Thank you, Jen, for putting together the tutorial. Looking forward to it!

  22. Danyelle says:

    Thank you ! I can’t wait to realize it ! Looking forward to the tutorial. Thanks !!!

  23. erin says:

    Love this denim shirt. All your makes have this fabulous look with clean lines!

  24. meghan says:

    where are your clogs from?

  25. minkymoo says:

    Can’t wait, can’t wait… Looks so cool .

  26. emily marie says:

    Hey, when you love fabric, there’s no shame it using it to death. ๐Ÿ™‚ I’ve put that top in my Madewell cart a few times too!

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