Because I squeezed this top out of some scrap material I had handy, I didn't quite have enough fabric for the widest point of the sleeve and that did affect how it came together under my arm! I don't have a photo and you can't really notice it so I am leaving it as is.
sewed a stretch knit but it is the first time I have sewed with such a lightweight Jersey which I found far more delicate to handle - although it isn't as fine as the tissue knit that Jen from Grainline used. The iron was brilliant at taking away the slight wave I had created when sewing my hem. I used a twin stretch-knit needle in my Janome machine with a regular straight stitch. I scooped the hem every so slightly at the back, it is a roomy tee but I don't feel 'pregnant' in it.
I don't usually wear something so plain and flat at the front as it emphasizes my post feeding chest so I might even try some colour blocking or a higher neckline as this clever lady has done next time I make it. So, if you have more of a pear shape figure - this is likely to be how the hemlock will look on you! I am roughly 5’6″ tall.