I didn’t get a lot of feedback, but the feedback I did get was pretty clear: Keep showing how I make things! Well, ok!
I was at Joann’s a few weeks back, searching for fabric for a curtain (didn’t find what I wanted), when I found this MARVELOUS tiger print!!! I thought I’d only get 1 shirt out of it, but turns out I will get 2, plus possibly some doll clothes for my teddy, and maybe some accessories???
Here’s the first shirt!
– Type: T-shirt
– Date made: March 2017
– Pattern: Copied from an existing shirt, from the Cherish brand: RN#11856, STYLE#D5520, CUT#3519GS, size L
– Fabric/Materials: Cotton or cotton blend jersey (to be honest, in this particular case the print was more important than the fabric content, and I forgot to check)
– Trim: None
– Time to finish: 2 days
Guys, sewing jersey is hard! Not something I’ve done a lot, so I definitely have pucker where I don’t want it. However, over all, I’m very pleased with how it came out, and it is now one of my favorite shirts.
|Using a comfy shirt as a pattern.|
|Since the pattern was pretty basic (no complicated piecing or darting), I literally just cut along the shape, but added a seam allowance. I cut out the sleeves separately, so I had 4 pieces: front, back, and 2 sleeves.|
|Done except for hemming the neckline. The sleeves are set simply into the armscyes.|
|And modelling it 🙂 It’s so comfy!|
Most sincerely yours,