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Tshirt with the Tilton Collar

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Created in this Craftsy Course

The Ultimate T-Shirt: Fitting & Construction taught by Marcy and Katherine Tilton

Sew your new favorite shirt with the expert guidance of Katherine and Marcy Tilton, using their included, customizable Vogue pattern.

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Category Sewing
Type Clothing
Sizing Women
Style Whimsical, Casual
Ziggy on craftsy.com

What materials did you use? Cotton knit yardage, and repurposed fabric from other clothing, (knit, and woven).

Ziggy on craftsy.com

You done a wonderful job! LOVE the contrast you used too! Thumbs up!!!

05/08/2014 Flag

Thank you! :-)

05/16/2014 Flag

so pretty! I think I will try to do one! I can't tell but it looked like you used piping instead of a zipper? I want to do the neck also and you have helped with your project!

05/13/2014 Flag

Yes, I used piping instead of a zipper. Good luck with your project!

05/16/2014 Flag

Hi Ziggy, I'm an advanced beginner do you think I would be able to figure out/understand how to construct the collar? it looks pretty intimidating. Even though your T-shirt is an inspiration I'm not sure if I should set myself up for failure knowing that I'm a beginner. What do you think?

05/23/2014 Flag

Well, if you're following along with the Craftsy class and it's going pretty well, you should probably be able to do the collar if you take your time at it. I did little tests along the way. For example, using a scrap of the same knit fabric, I tested out the piping before doing it on the cut collar pieces. I also did more basting than the pattern calls for, to stabilize the collar pieces to themselves and to each other. Oh, and be sure to mark center front carefully on the collar. You will use that to figure out how much and where to overlap -- though there is a little wiggle room. Good luck!

05/30/2014 Flag

What a fun shirt. I am sure you will love wearing it. Nicely done with great color choices.

06/26/2014 Flag

Love it! Great job! The collar really makes this T!

08/16/2014 Flag