Added Nov 18, 2011
I never really know how I come across things on craft blogs. One thing leads to another… Anyways, I found this tutorial last week and next thing I knew I was buying the interfacing and making it. I actually did need to buy some orange buttons to make the tree look more fall like. My little girl pestered me for a week wondering when her “button shirt” would be done. Talk about motivation. I was a little concerned about not sewing the tree on the shirt, but I was afraid that sewing it would mangle the tree. I have since washed it in the regular wash (hang dry) and it looks just as good as when I made it.
long sleeved cream coloured shirt, lite steam a seam, small piece of brown quilting cotton, random buttons and thread
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