Added Feb 16, 2012
Transforming the classic trouser and shirt raglan patterns (a professional definitely would get gray hair if he would see how I did this: as is folding origami figures out of paper). Also, pockets were drawn almost at random. But the pockets were a mandatory thing, my buddy loves them. And this resulted in slacks and sweater (it’s a little too big, but boy is growing rapidly).
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