pink sweatshop shirt

Added Jun 9, 2008

by smvphotography

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Description

burdastyle member ceregana made the most awesomest t-shirts and a little while ago she posted a how-to on her blog. so this is my try. i learned a lot while making this shirt and then the next one will be much better i’m sure. my husband took the pictures, i wish he would have told me my bra was cutting in my back and the shirt wasn’t lying right in the front, but i couldn’t have done it without him (well, it would have been much harder, i sure am not living up to my member name). next time i’ll do the gathering more in the middle of the front. i used the lydia pattern as the basis and the shoulders were waaaay to wide for me and the whole shirt ended up huge so i took it in a few times. the shirt is not quite as good as i imagined it but it came out better than i thought it would while sewing it

Material Notes

jersey fabric from thefabricfairy.com

Difficulty

Novice

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Credits

ceregana! thank you so much and next time i will make you proud!

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    Jun 13, 2008, 06.36 AMby carottesauvage

    Great back yoke, you are on the path to make awesome tee-shirts too!

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    Jun 12, 2008, 04.42 AMby ceregana

    cool! that’s why they are called sweatshop – you need a lot of them.

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