I haven't had a lot of energy lately, and I kept forgetting to take pictures, which is what really held me up.
Anyway, here's my other finished project for May, a t-tunic to go with the brown linen trousers I made. These make pretty serviceable SCA pajamas for cold evenings or morning lounging with a pair of boots, my furry hat, and a belt around the waist. I've worn the trousers under my dresses for warmth a few times too.
The tunic is very standard, rectangular construction, underarm gussets, small gores at the sides that extend from waist to the bottom hem, which covers my hips for warmth. I used leftover green linen from Brynjolfr's trousers, hand-hemmed the neckline, sleeves with linen thread, and then did a simple chain stitch embroidery in red cotton (hey, it's what I had, and these are pajamas!) around the sleeves and neckline.
For sleeping in, I just wore this over a long-sleeved teeshirt. Obviously, an under-tunic might be better, and I will have leftover linen from my vigil shirt project that might work for that. I will also probably make a wool over-tunic for more warmth, since I'm always cold at night, no matter what precautions I take. The hot water bottle I brought to celtic revolt to put in bed with me at night was a stroke of genius though.
If I were to make another of these, and I probably will, I'd taper the sleeves so the openings are smaller and fit closer on the wrist. I will probably go back and change that at some point, but I haven't bothered yet.
Here are a couple photos with not great lighting. First is a view of the tunic overall, second is a neckline detail image.