I know he doesn't like me calling it that, but every time I look at his back neck, I see this high, rounded hump at the top of his spine. Our chiropractor says it's nothing to worry about, but I tell him he should take more calcium. And you know how much husband's listen to their know-it-all wives!
Be that as it may, my husband, Wes, wanted me to sew him a couple of long sleeve T-Shirts. I do enjoy doing things for him, but this was one time when I told him he should just go to Walmart and buy a couple of $5 buck T-shirts. After all, he's just going to use them for our weekly hikes and Walmart is definitely cheaper than my time. Oh well, his birthday was coming, so I went ahead and sewed him a couple as he requested.
Now...back to the Dromedary Hump and how to modify his Shirt Kit pattern.
This is how his store-bought T-shirts normally sit on his body. Notice how the front neck rides up and pulls on his Adam's apple and the back neck rides back. The back neck of his pattern definitely needs more height and the front neck needs to be lowered.
Now to his pattern:
Now let's see how the SFD T-Shirt sit on his neck.
This is a really simple modification for this type of body rounding and particularly when it's sewn from a knit, no further rounding of the back is required.