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1  CLOTHING / Clothing: Completed Projects: Reconstructed / My first attempt ... from xxL tshirt to fitted shirt on: May 05, 2008 10:37:05 AM
This was a tshirt that I have had for years and years but it was always WAY too big, being an xxL and I wear a small or xsmall.  I am a quilter and have never sewed clothes before, but I recently lost over 50 pounds and I *need* new clothes that fit, and are cheap.  So I decided that reconstructing a couple of things I already have would be the cheapest way to go.  I practiced on a few junk tshirts to get the right shape then started cutting and sewing.  I like the result.  Its comfy and looks cute. Smiley  Let me know what you think!!

Link because I have less than 10 posts Smiley
~Linsey
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