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T-Shirt w/pockets

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Created in this Craftsy class

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

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

Other projects made as part of this class:

No. 6
No. 4
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Here are some details about my project:
Category Sewing
Type Clothing
Sizing Women
Style Casual
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What materials did you use? Poly/Lycra knit

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What are you most proud of? Finally using a double-needle!

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? Practice on scraps of fabric so you'll know what stitches work best on your project. A little extra time in the beginning is well worth the benefits you see later on.

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Very nice, pockets are interesting. Is it a pattern? Your stitching looks great!

10/08/2013 Flag

It is Katherine Tilton Butterick 5925. Very comfy to wear and I love pockets. Thanks for your comments.

10/08/2013 Flag

Love the pockets! I would wear that to work all day long and stick my phone in one of those pockets (I am a teacher) I love pockets!

10/26/2013 Flag

Thanks! I used to be a teacher, too, maybe that's where I picked up my love of pockets!!

10/28/2013 Flag

You mention using 2 needles, did you do thia on a regular sewing maching or did you use a serger? Love how it turned out!

04/16/2015 Flag

Thanks so much for your comment! To answer your question, I used a twin needle on my regular machine. If you are not familiar with twin needles, they are 2 needles attached to 1 shank. You attach them to your machine just as you would for a regular needle. They come in different sizes & widths. They are easy to use & make a nice hem finish if you do not have a cover stitch machine.

04/20/2015 Flag