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T-shirt Refashion: Lace Insert

Upcycle an old t-shirt. I'd like to do this to a couple of t-shirts that are currently too tight. I'll just add a bit of extra fabric when cutting the lace panels. Since I'm not keen on my bra showing, was thinking of adding a little piece of fabric behind the lace on just the upper bit.

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Chevron Quilt (the easy way

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birchfabrics: Tutorial: fabric bins featuring fort firefly by christina mckinney {a Pellon® & Birch Fabrics partnered project}

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T shirt quilt - I like this version with different sized squares. (and that it is actually quilted!)

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Night Owl T-Shirt Quilts

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Accordion Fold Frame Card Holder PDF Sewing Pattern

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How to Copy a Garment that Fits Perfectly Without Taking it Apart

A friend asked me if I had tried this method to copy a garment. At first I was pretty skeptical because I have copied garments by taking them apart and by scratching off a pattern from clothing that I did not take apart. Either way there are several steps and accuracy is easier if you have the pieces to lay flat. I was not excited about using tape on a garment I planned to wear again, but 3M's blue painter's tape is made to be less tacky so there is no residue. As it turns out this is…

How to Copy a Garment that Fits Perfectly Without Taking it Apart

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