Added Mar 31, 2012
Last year I visited Porto in Portugal together with a friend. Although she doesn’t sew she bought almost as much fabric as me. From a light grey sweatshirt fabric and some checked cuddly brown fabric I made her a comfy shirt with pockets and lined raglan sleeves. The pattern is from a young german sewing magazine (" CUT")…but it was a mens shirt I had to make smaller. The lining of the sleeves was another alterartion I did. She is a bit taller than me and not as skinny…so I hope it will fit…if not, I’ll keep it :)
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