This is an idea for a pullover shirt to be used for mountain biking and dayhikes.
The material will be light-weight camouflage fabric 100% cotton. (~7 oz. poplin or brushed twill.)
The shirt will be a loose-fitting pullover. I imagine it as a cross between a frontier shirt and a tank-top. I would like it to have just a bit of sleeve near the top of the shoulder, and the arm openings would hang somewhat lower like a tank-top. No pockets are intended.
Has any one seen a pattern like this?
What is the best thread type to use?
My size is between XL and 2XL. I’m not ready for buttons, but a Velcro patch would be fine. A light backpack would often be worn with the shirt.
Any ideas or pointers are most appreciated. I will be happy to post the results.
It depends on the knots you require.
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