Here's the shirt that I made with my stenciled fabric.
The pattern is my usual basic tee shirt pattern, now out of print. I went with a V-neck and 3/4 sleeves for a casual look. The fabric is cotton knit from Emma One Sock. If I remember correctly, it's just another color of this hemp/organic cotton knit, actually.
Of course, I had been wearing this top for about 20 minutes this morning when I took pictures, and I already had baby spit up on the sleeve.
To finish the neck and sleeve edges, I tried something new. I cut one inch strips (straight grain - didn't have enough fabric left to do bias-cut) and folded them wrong sides together. Then, I sandwiched the shirt edges between and top stitched twice. This leaves the raw edges showing, which makes the tee shirt really casual. I stretched the binding just a little along the neckline to prevent gaping. Next time, I'll stretch a little more. I left the bottom hem raw and let it roll. Here's a close-up of the neck edge.