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Posted on:5/28/08 2:47 PM
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craftygamma said... (2/4/09 8:11 AM) Reply
Very nice shirt! I may make on for my daughter, the wake boarder & water skiier. I did not notice the wrinkles at first either, but it appears to me there may not be enough ease at the bustline. I think if you add an inch or so to the bustline measure, the wrinkles will go away.
Kbenco said... (6/1/08 4:56 AM) Reply
You have done a great job, this looks like the sort of RTW shirt it is impossible to find in a good fit. It is great that your daughter likes your efforts.
wvsher said... (5/29/08 12:04 PM) Reply
Looks great! I didn't notice the wrinkles until you mentioned them. I really like your addition of the iron-on. Looks very RTW. It looks like maybe the bust area needs to be shortened very slightly where it meets the raglan (it looks like it's gathering itself to create the wrinkles), but that's just a guess! I don't really have enough experience to be giving advice, so take that with a grain of salt. :)
melissa sews said... (5/28/08 4:46 PM) Reply
Cute shirt! I try to stay away from jersey fabric because it is notoriously difficult to work with. Hopefully someone else will have some tips on the wrinkles.
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