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Topic: First Completed Project Post!!! 3 shirts TUTORIAL ADDED (image heavy)  (Read 37740 times)
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« on: March 05, 2006 11:25:35 AM »

This is the first time I've posted anything I've made. These three shirts were made from things I bought at resale shops. The yoked ones are from an XL men's shirt combined with a dress shirt (inspired by many a post here) and the blue one was made from a large button down. The green and white yoked shirt was my practice so its a little shaky. Also, please excuse the crappy pictures and un-ironed material. Any comments are greatly appreciated!!
Thanks for looking!




Tutorial Added:
OK, please excuse the terrible paint tutorial. I think I can explain it better in words than the pictures.
You'll need a shirt with those long things on the collar that you tie in a bow. I think another kind would work though, as long as you have a strip to put in the middle. Make sure the shirt is too big for you so there's enough fabric to gather on the bottom.

Step 1: cut off the collar things, leaving about half an inch on the still-attached part so that you can fold it in and have a clean edge (sorry if that doesnt make  sense...) Sew along that folded edge, and if the collar is wide enough, fold it in half length wise and sew to make a maderin collar.

Step2: Cut along all of the red dotted lines in the picture

Step 3: Sew one of the collar bands onto the bottom of the top half of the shirt.

Step 4: Sew the bottom of the shirt onto the bottom of the band, gathering the material as you go.

Step5: Re-attach sleaves at whatever length you want

Step 6: Sew edges of shirt along red dotted lines in order to fit as you like.

Alright, I hope that was clear! feel free to ask any questions!
« Last Edit: September 11, 2015 02:39:56 PM by kittykill » THIS ROCKS   Logged
« Reply #1 on: March 05, 2006 11:28:49 AM »

THESE ARE SO CUTE! If you could post a tute of how you made the first one, that would be awesome.

*edit* THANKS!!!
« Last Edit: March 05, 2006 05:47:05 PM by stereoette » THIS ROCKS   Logged


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« Reply #2 on: March 05, 2006 11:30:02 AM »

very cute! you did a great job!
i love the 1st one
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« Reply #3 on: March 05, 2006 11:35:22 AM »

those are awesome!!!

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« Reply #4 on: March 05, 2006 11:38:52 AM »

Omg I'd spend a lot of money on those if I'd see them in a shop! They're so awesome! A tut would be super, pretty please? Kiss *stares a little more*
« Reply #5 on: March 05, 2006 03:00:46 PM »

Gorgeous and so professional looking. Thanks for the tute. How you saw a frumpy navy 80's career shirt and visualized what it could become....wow.
« Reply #6 on: March 05, 2006 05:21:09 PM »

The first shirt is amazing. Thanks for the tute!

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« Reply #7 on: March 05, 2006 05:22:28 PM »

oh my goodness, how amazing! I am definitely saving this tutorial for a time when i get better at sewing
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« Reply #8 on: March 06, 2006 01:04:47 AM »

I LOVE these shirts! Granted, I couldn't wear them as I'm very short so they'd make me look... wider.

But I love looking at them and secretly wish I could wear them. Thanks for the tute, does help with the yoke idea, if not the lengthy flare-y bit.

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« Reply #9 on: March 06, 2006 03:36:58 AM »

aaaahhhh something else i have to try.  Cheesy
there all really nice 
i have a thing for shirts like this right now I'm veering on addiction 
thanks for the tut Cool


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