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1  Personalized Baseball (Indians) Hoodie for the BF in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by clareconway on: May 09, 2008 03:51:38 PM
Hi everyone! I have been a devoted lurker to craftster the past few years, and just now decided to join and post something of my own. It is a hoodie I sewed for my boyfriend. He picked out the fabric, and together we decided how we wanted it to look. For the name on the back, I printed out letter patterns, and traced them onto fabric. Then I just used a zig-zag stich to sew those on the back. It took a while. For the numbers, I used bias-tape around the edge. I used this tutorial for the basic patterns of it: http://teamsugar.com/group/598775/polls/603430 ,but I did bit of tweaking. Thank you thank you to the person who posted that tutorial! It was awesome!
My boyfriend designed the logo on the front- which is the Cleveland Indian's mascot covered with the cursive "I." Sewing it together was tricky, but I think it turned out well. Thank you so much for looking!


O yeah, he's so BA in his Indians hoodie


CHESNEY 17- His last name & number for all his sports


aww yay, he is happy! Then allllll those hours of sewing were definetly worth it :]
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