Added Apr 27, 2012
As the weather is getting warmer, my son has started wearing sleeveless so I made these for him. They are recycled from adult-sized T-shirts that I got from the thrift store. The pattern is from Japanese pattern book, シンプル&ちょこっとデザイン おんなの子服おとこの子服.
They are sewn entirely with my Babylock serger. Sewing the shirts was so fast with the serger! I left the hem raw as they don’t ravel, also because I didn’t feel like changing all the serger’s setting to coverstitch.
Also blogged here
adult-sized T-shirts from thrift store
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