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Twisted Tee

Added Sep 12, 2010

by red-lia

Kiryat Bialik, I...

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Description

I had a similar (store bought) t-shirt with a twist in the front, that I really loved. When it got stained and all my efforts to remove that stain failed, I took it apart and copied its pattern to jersey, to make myself a new one in the same shape.
When I de-constructed it I saw how clever this twist is.
In fact, it is so easy that any v-neck shirt pattern you have can be altered to add this twist!
The instructions are not a pattern, but a recipe for you all to use on any v-neck shirt pattern you have.

Material Notes

White jersey.

Difficulty

Novice

Categories

Season
Spring, Summer
For
Women
Garment Type
Shirts
Style
Casual, Classic
Material
Cotton

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    Sep 12, 2010, 09.40 PMby mixtlii

    Yeah! You rock! Thank yoooouuuu !

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    Sep 12, 2010, 08.39 PMby hdk100

    Thank U for the instructions!

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    Sep 12, 2010, 07.24 PMby aceshey18

    Fab! thanks for the very clear instructions and pics too! Such a simple idea, but just so effective! I will be trying this twist soon.

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    Sep 12, 2010, 06.12 PMby helluvaguy

    Thank you so much for this wonderful hint. The shirt looks great. I knew that “reverse engineering” also can work in tailoring. Now I know, daring to cut up an old loved garment can give one new insights.

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