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Posted September 28, 2018 09:00:51 I first stumbled upon this “silk” t-shirt while browsing a thrift store and I knew I had to make one.
This shirt is so adorable.
It’s a combination of silk and cotton and the fabric looks so soft.
The cotton is very soft and it’s just perfect for summer!
I love the “silks” part of this shirt and the fact that I can make it out of any fabric I want!
I bought this shirt at a thrifting store for $1.50.
For $4.50 you get: – 1 x 100% cotton twill (100% cotton, 100% silk) – 1x 100% nylon twill – 1X silk fabric fabric – 1× cotton fabric – 3x embroidery floss – 1 embroiderry floss, 2 buttons, and 2 cufflinks (2 x black, 2 x white, and 3 x purple) – 4x silk fabric – 2 x black and 1 x white fabric – 5 x silk fabric (I used the white for a little contrast) – 2x nylon fabric – 4 x embroidering floss (1x purple, 1x red, and 1x green) – 12 x silk embroiderying floss I also used a silk fabric, which is a really simple way to make something really interesting.
To make this shirt, I used the same method I used for the cotton t-shirts.
I used a cotton tshirt and a linen fabric, and cut the fabric into strips.
I then added some embroideries on both the shirt and fabric.
Then I folded them up to make the fabric.
This shirt looks super cute when you wear it and the extra fabric is super cool too.
It also looks super nice in the summer!
The pattern on this shirt is very simple.
I made this shirt with one piece of fabric that I used as the top.
Here is a pic of the finished piece: The other fabric I used was a 100% polyester t-Shirt.
When I was making the fabric, I started out by measuring out what I wanted.
I cut it into strips and then made the squares and triangles out of that fabric.
For the squares, I just folded the strips in half and folded the pieces back into each other.
I then made my triangles.
I put them on the inside of each triangle and then placed them all the way around.
Then I cut the ends of each side of the triangle in half to make a rectangle and then glued the ends together.
I placed them together and glued them all to make an oval shape.
I also cut the top of each square to make it look like the bottom of the shirt.
Once I had all of the triangles and squares, it was time to attach them.
With the fabric folded over, I placed the triangle onto the front of the fabric and then onto the back.
I folded the fabric back over the triangle, and then folded it over the fabric side, then folded the two together.
Finally, I glued the back of the jersey onto the top, and I then glued a few stitches to the front, so that it would be super tacky.
You can see that the top was really tacky when I put it on.
Next, I attached the back piece to the shirt, and when the fabric was attached, I pinned it onto the shirt using some tape.
Now that the jersey is attached, it is time to make buttons.
I made this jersey button out of the same fabric that is used for t-shirts.
First, I cut out the buttons out of my 100% Cotton fabric and sewed them onto the right side of my fabric.
Then, I folded it back over and then sewed it all the ways around.
Lastly, I added the embroideried fabric onto the left side of each button, and glued it on the back as well.
Now that everything is attached to the jersey, it’s time to start sewing the sleeves.
First I sewed the right sleeve seam on.
Then, I sewn the left sleeve seam.
Each time I did this, I made sure to attach the fabric in the correct place on both sides of the button.
So, now I am sewing the right and left sleeves.
I found the easiest way to attach this is to sew a line across the button, like this: I then sewn a line along the bottom edge of the right collar, like so: Finally, with the fabric sewn and the left collar sewn, it would look like this, with all of my buttons attached: Once all of these were attached, the left and right buttons were sewn onto the collar. As