Added Jan 2, 2012
I’ve noticed over the years of sewing that I tend toward the kitsch and childishly quirky. Don’t get me wrong, I do love kitsch and quirky, hence why I buy the fabrics I buy and make what I make, but every so often I notice a hole in my wardrobe. Most people have a range of standard basic items, simple staples in simple standard fabrics that can be go-to items and can team with most things. I don’t really have that. So I’ve decided to try and fill some of those gaps. This is the first in an intermittent series, a basic striped t-shirt. It is a fairly basic slightly loose t-shirt in striped cotton jersey, and so can team with skirts and pants.
Photos by Ezzles, and apologies for squinting in them, it was an incredibly bright day.
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