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Chick Applique Shirt

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Make a chick applique shirt for Easter or for any time. If your want to make your own clothes, learning to applique is an important technique to know! Not only does this shirt have a great design for everyday use, it assists in the mastery of skills that are an integral part of being able to successfully sew clothes. These skills will be carried throughout many different patterns and designs, and being able to learn how to do an applique is the first step to becoming a better clothes designer. Additionally, this shirt although it acts as a practice ground, is an adorable shirt that can be made at home and worn everywhere.

Chick Applique Shirt
Chick Applique Shirt
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Project Type: Learn a Technique

Time to complete: In an evening

Sewn by: Either Hand or Machine

Beginner

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This is a super cute kids Easter shirt made from a very basic white t-shirt, some fabric scraps and fusible web. There is even a template for the chick motif however any large cookie cutter animal or simple shape would be fun to use to dress up the plain shirt. Nice idea.

This is a great project to learn how to appliqu and even if you have a bit of oopsy you can incorporate it as part of a child-like design! The great thing about appliqu is that you can use up scraps of fabric or even upcycle fabric from an otherwise worn out item, using a bit of the good area! Another option, is to take a square of interfaced fabric, and do the appliqu on that, then apply it to the garment with a satin stitch around the square edges.... Could even use the square to cover up any boo-boos or work out areas! Thanks for the great tutorial!

I typed appliqu but my auto-correct has other ideas! LOL D

Really cute!! Applique is a great skill to have,especially for updating and repurposing.

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