I want to make some winter T-shirts that are fun, but functional. They need to be washable, and easy care plus I hope to have pockets on most if not all of them. This is my first T in the series. I used Katherine Tilton’s Butterick pattern B5925. This is the first T-shirt I have ever made, but the pattern was easy to follow. I used 4 different knits and stenciled the front. I may add more stencilling later. The neck didn’t come out flat due to the lack of stretch in the knit I used for the binding. I call these little mishaps GDO’s (Good Design Opportunities) since they force me to rethink a problem and come up with a creative solution. I keep getting compliments on the keyhole neckline so the solution works well.
That’s a tee?? It is a work of art – you are so talented! And love the colors – says another autumn.
You are on to something here! I love it. Can’t wait to see more. I’ve been thinking about pocket designs, too. Love not carrying a purse.
Congrats on a great design.
Great Tee and the pose in first image is a knockout. Mickey
the keyhole makes the shirt!!!! love the running stitch……….
just took my machine (circa 1987:: bernina) into the doctor and hope it can be up
and running again………your inspiring me!!! and oh !!! the pocket!!! love love love