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I am obsessed with this clothing refashion. These two mini band tees are for our friends who are decidedly punk rock. Lucky for me, Mr. Made shares a bit of their aesthetic and was giving away some of his old tees. I snatched two of my favorites – featuring Jimi Hendrix and The Clash – and made * the cutest * mini band shirts. The neckline ribbing, sleeve hems, and center front design were all reconfigured to give these a shirts a very realistic final look. I even love how the fabric fades and cracks to look like this baby has been wearing them since the bands were on tour.

The pattern is McCall’s 5194, generously provided by my mom, and it is such a good deal! It includes pattern pieces for 11 different garments, from t-shirts to robes and diaper covers. My mom had already made the t-shirt once and the pieces had been cut out and lovingly grouped within a labeled bag inside the envelope. It was very easy to make and I will definitely be using this one again.

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