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Posted on:4/22/06 10:33 AM
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Debbie Cook said...
Thanks for the review. Since I've been remaking tee shirts myself, I was curious to see a review on this pattern. Hard to believe there's no separate pieces for front and back -- wow.
4/22/06 11:00 AM
slanden99 said...
If you make a separate pattern piece for the back, you can do the forward shoulder adjustment and tweek the fit more. This is a great idea to make a pattern for fixing shirts. Too bad about the front/back problem.
4/22/06 12:55 PM
AnneM said...
That does seem odd, one pattern piece. Interesting idea, though.
4/23/06 7:20 AM
Diane E said...
Thanks for this review. I really like the idea of making the ubiquitous man's tee fit better. I wonder if the designer would give us some insight as to why she has one pattern piece. You've probably put your finger on why: simplicity. How about designing the "rocker girrl" tee makeover pattern ;) I'd buy it!
4/24/06 4:40 PM
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