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Posted on:1/20/11 7:41 AM


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bluefly said...
Glad to see this review for men's clothes. Very helpful
2/9/11 8:43 AM
Larkin said...
Thanks for a great review - will be looking into the fabric recommendation as well.
2/6/11 7:34 PM
AnneM said...
That sounds like a great fabric; I haven't been to that website for a while! What a great thing to make for your DH. This sounds like a great pattern, also. Maybe I'll make some for my husband.
2/5/11 4:51 PM
annakeeton said...
These shirts sound great for year-round use.
1/21/11 6:11 PM
becca a said...
Great idea to make exercise tees in high tech fabric. They look very comfy.
1/20/11 11:09 PM
GlobalMom said...
@ElizabethDee: They were super easy to sew on. I used my serger wtih jersey needles. I was just super careful when hemming the white one and used washaway wonder tape to hold the hem in place instead of pins so I wouldn't make holes. The blue one wasn't difficult at all - no special handling.
1/20/11 1:11 PM
ElizabethDee said...
Lucky, lucky DH -- those tees look great! Being something of a dinosaur I am fascinated to hear about these fabrics. Are they at all difficult to sew on? Any special techniques required? I am tempted to try them; thanks for including the source.
1/20/11 11:54 AM
 
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