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on: August 17, 2018 03:30:10 PM 
Started by Acadian Driftwood, Message by Acadian Driftwood
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I picked up this shirt at a free clothing swap a year or two ago with no plans other than "I like this."



So I attempted to make my first shirt pattern, traced carefully from a well-fitting tank. Record sleeve cardboard makes for a sturdy base!



I had a red t-shirt that I had already cut up a bit, and decided that red/blue was a classic Pokemon combo.



I tried to block the blue pieces in a way that looked intentional and interesting!



The pieces are all serged together, and I did some careful ironing and pinning for the hems before using my regular machine.



My hemming method still needs a few tweaks, but I'm very happy with it over all!
 
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