I've been tempted to use one of my favorite tees as a pattern to make more tees for YEARS, but I've always been skeptical about the finish--especially around the neckline. A botched hem-job around the sleeves and bottom wouldn't be as obvious as the one that frames your face.This project, however, from Make it and Love it solves that problem: They hide the hem at the neckline with a ruffle. Clever, huh? Here's what you'll need to give one a try:
- paper, either one large piece (like butcher paper) or several smaller sheets taped together
- a favorite tee
- knit fabric, enough to replicate your favorite tee
- sewing machine, thread, scissors, etc
- this tute from Make it and Love it, which I do!
P.S. Make sure you read Ashley's hints about sewing knits at the bottom of the post.