You'll need to get some stabilizer to attach and stiffen to the T-shirt fabric. I think that's the big thing. But they should have info at your nearby quilting store -- it's very popular right now! Good luck.
So, I got this job where I have to cook for between 8 and 16 people every night. And I thought, what to do with hotdogs. Rachel's last magazine had a recipe for chili cheese dogs in beach blankets. The chili was very good. But putting the dogs and the filling in the beach blankets was impossible. And allegedly this was a recipe for children to take make. These children should have had five arms each!
Does anyone have a pattern for plus-size "jams"? For you youngsters, that was the name of unisex boxer shorts in the 80s! I had a pair I dearly loved, many years and many pounds ago. I'd love to have some again.
I saw some recipe, Bob Barker's Pasta Salad, that I wanted to make. Fresh basil costs about $3 for a TEENY box (and the fresh looked so good in the photo and added SO much texture) and a tiny jar of Kalamata olives was about $8! Yikes. And she wanted EVOO and red wine vinegar, which I didn't have...
So I went without basil, tossed on Italian salad dressing and added regular old green olives with pimientos and a jar of garbanzos. It was okay. But, sorry, Bob, your salad would be so much better with slices of pepperoni!