Added Sep 29, 2010
I found this men’s white and purple knit shirt in a thrift store, and I thought it would be perfect for my son’s shirt. Thrifted clothes are such a good material source for kid’s clothes (and sometimes my clothes too!).
The shirt pattern is called Biscuit, I just bought it from Tamanegi Kobo. It’s pretty straightforward with only four pattern pieces. The shirt was sewed using stretch stitch on my sewing machine and the hem are left unfinished. I especially love the sleeves! From the front, they look like ordinary sleeves. But from the back, they are raglan sleeves. How interesting!
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