Added May 30, 2013
London, United K...
I sew this T-shirt in an afternoon! The fastest project ever due to it’s simple design and the fact that the back and front are cut as one piece. I used a cheap viscose jersey with black and grey stripes and managed to match the stripes along the side seam which was unexpected. The hemming was done using Sandra Betzina’s power sewing tips with Steam-a-seam fusible web which made hemming much easier and pucker free. You can see more about this T-shirt on my blog:
viscose jersey, steam-a-seam lite 2, polyester thread
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