Pete #BS-001

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Recommended Materials

Cotton knit/jersey, rib knit for cuffs and collar.

Amount of Fabrics

Jersey: 1 1/2 yards (1m 40cm)
Rib Knit: 1/2 yard (46cm)

Seam Allowance

This pattern includes seam allowance

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    Oct 9, 2013, 10.52 AMby kdeclercq

    Hi All (who’ve made this Tee before),

    I was just laying out the pattern and thought the neckline looks rather small. I measured some of his old shirts and indeed they all seem to have wider necklines. How did your shirt come together? Have you found it to fit well? Or do you recommend adjusting?

    I thought I have a go at adjusting the pattern to widen the neckline, then found that the shoulder seams on the front and back are not the same lengths. Is this how it is supposed to be? Do you stretch the fabric while sewing the seam to make the lengths match? Or should I better adjust this on the pattern too?

    Looking forward to hearing some of your advice! Thanks,

    Stien

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      Dec 9, 2013, 10.40 PMby Clocat

      Hi!
      I am wondering what to do about the same thing, did you solve it in the end?

      Thanks
      Chloe

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