Added Jul 18, 2013
by wu huimei
Yesterday night, I managed to whip out a tiny weeny shirt for Aidan. Having made many women shirts before, I can say that this tiny sized version is so much more difficult for my clumsy hand. The pcs are so small and is more difficult to sew using my machine. Luckily, everything still sort of went well and I am really happy with the end product.
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Materials used: Stretch yarn dyed cotton shirting from Fabric.com
Black Kona remnants for the contrast cuffs
Blue buttons from stash
Black bias tape from stash
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