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Pattern Reviews> Ottobre Design Magazine> 02-2005-20 (2/2005 #20 Colorblocked Tshir)

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Posted on:6/12/06 10:02 PM


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Sue Anfang said...
That is so cute! Way to go!! (Oh the son is a cutie too)
6/12/06 10:06 PM
Stephanie C. said...
That is very impressive. So professional looking.
6/13/06 2:16 AM
Mary Stiefer said...
Very cute raglan t-shirt and it looks like he is having a good time wearing it.
6/13/06 8:39 AM
MelissaB in WA said...
Look at your adorable son wearing his new shirt - it turned out perfect!!!!! And your hem looks fine from here, just keep practicing and you'll get it. If you're still having a wavy double needle hem on your sewing machine, you might try to loosen the tension of your presser foot as that can be the culprit. Also, with my machine it works if I don't stretch the fabric when I sew, just let my feeddogs feed it through. Awesome job!!! :-)
6/13/06 9:48 AM
Hilary said...
The shirt looks really good. Great job-and your son is *too* cute!
6/13/06 10:36 AM
Elemenopeo said...
Adorable. He is quite the model.
6/13/06 1:06 PM
jnamcd said...
MelissaB--thanks for the tip about the presser foot. I going to give that a try. I really tried not to stretch it as it went through, but maybe that tension will help, too! Thanks again for the tip!
6/14/06 7:38 PM
lisaquilts said...
Absolutely adorable. I love the color combinations. Your son is an excellent model, too.
8/15/06 1:49 PM
 
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