Wonder-Woman t-shirt

Added Nov 4, 2012

by thewallinna

London, United K...

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Description

I made this t-shirt in order to apply a couple of new techniques from the Craftsy class about sewing with knits. The t-shirt is based on a pattern from the HomeSewn book. Either because I have not done muslin or becasue the pattern was not “good” enough (or maybe it could be both?), the fit was not perfect.

More about the project on my blog

Material Notes

One-way stretch knit cotton, bias binding

Difficulty

Novice

Categories

For
Women
Garment Type
Tanks/T’s

Credits

HomeSewn

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    Nov 5, 2012, 07.37 PMby MichelleMignon

    I love the red + blue. Cute print :)!

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    Nov 4, 2012, 11.18 PMby bethmaryharley

    Even though you don’t think the fit’s perfect, I still think it looks fine! And I love the starry print material – you have a great eye for fabric! I think I need to hunt down this book because I’ve heard so many good things about it…!

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      Nov 5, 2012, 12.23 AMby thewallinna

      Thank you :) I bought this fabric in Yuzawaya, in kid’s section. They offer 30% off lots of stuff if you have a membership card. We should go fabric shopping sometimes!

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      Nov 6, 2012, 01.22 AMby bethmaryharley

      I love kids fabric here too, but sadly I’m too lazy to walk to Yuzawaya because I live right next to Okadaya… Pretty lame I know, especially as I do really like it there when I do walk the extra 10 minutes! We should definitely go fabric shopping sometime! I would love that! I’m away in Osaka for a bit, but when I’m back that’d be great fun! :)

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