I sewed the entire shirt in a zig zag stitch, leaving the stitch seams exposed on the outside of the shirt. This not only made the project go twice as fast, but gave it an eco crafty cool look :) If you want to hide your seams, then simply turn the shirt inside out.
Friday, November 28, 2008
By Miss Voodoo at 12:23 PM
I am especially proud of this sewing project... not because it is cute but I used organic scrap fabric that I have had for almost two years and to make this shirt it only cost me $2 (and that was 2 years ago)!!! I used another shirt I had that fit well to use as a pattern, and cut around those edges. The sleeves are just two tubes to attach to the arm openings, and the organic fleece scrap fabric in red made the perfect quirky accent. I considered making them into pockets, but left them decorative.