It has been a tough year for me, with a some big health challenges. Now I am a bit better and I will be posting about shirtmaking here again soon. In the meantime, I'd like to show you a shirt I made to test some design details to offer my clients. The pattern is my original hand-draft. Roger (my DH) really enjoys wearing this shirt...which was his early Christmas/Hanukah present.
After all the orders are shipped from the Interfacing Sale on now at www.FashionSewingSupply.com , I will be posting new Tutorials featuring Shirt Design details and construction techniques. Two of the many I have planned are photographed and I have written the instructions. After the sale is over, I'll have the time to combine words with photos, and get them posted here for you. Along the way, I'll be showing you the shirts I've designed, plus a few I've made from published patterns. So stay tuned..I'll be blogging again :)
SEWING NOTES-- Fabric--Cotton Flannel from my wholesale supplier. Interfacing--ProSheer Elegance MEDIUM (great for flannel, corduroy, and denim, etc) from www.FashionSewingSupply.com Buttons-- 1/2" 4-hole Black, found in a packet of "By-The-Scoop Dark assortment" from Fashion Sewing Supply.