Added Jan 30, 2013
St. Louis, Misso...
This project was incredibly easy, and almost completely seamless!
I used a rib knit (commonly used for cuffs/collars, sold as a tube of fabric, essentially). I serged the bottom hem, and the top cowl, and cut armholes, which I serged off also. (Optional – turn under all edges for traditional finish or leave as is with serged edges) Presto!
Cotton blend rib knit, thread
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