Added Feb 4, 2013
by Rebekah Fox
Take A Guess, Mi...
Took a favorite JCPenney t-shirt of mine and copied it using the “rub off” method. This technique involves laying out the ready-to-wear garment flat on a padded surface lined with pattern making paper, and pinning straight down through the seams and along the hems. Sort of like “reverse engineering.” I’m so happy with how it turned out and am planning on making a pink version that has knit flower embellishments! To see more of details on the construction visit my blog post: http://artandneedlework.blogspot.com/2013/02/2413-finished-simple-tee.html
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