I am someone who is pretty intimidated by color. I mean, I love it but I prefer to let the yarn dyers and fabric designers do the color mixing for me. They know what goes together much better than I do. But sometimes a gal has to do what a gal has to do.
Two of my bigger chunks were left over from a couple of tee shirts I made for The Man. With some finicky cutting I found I could just get a Linden Tee out of the mix.
Both the fabrics are essentially gray (The Man has a conservative bent in tee shirts) which meant playing with color blocking wasn't too intimidating. Plus, having no options makes it pretty easy to be decisive.
The fit of the Linden is right up my current alley; loose rather than body-con and with a crew neck that's modest but wide enough not to strangle me. It's a super quick and easy sew as well.
I'm thinking I'll get lots of wear out of this tee. I may even try a little more color blocking, now that I've got my feet wet.
My pattern review is on PatternReview.com here.