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Summery Free T-Shirt Pattern


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Summery Free T-Shirt Pattern

Welcome the summer sun with open (and bare) arms with this free how to make a t-shirt tutorial. It is time to tuck away your sweaters and long-sleeve tees and be comfy cool in summer tops to sew. This Summery Free T-Shirt Pattern comes with a downloadable PDF that allows you to make a t-shirt in sizes XS-XL, making it the perfect fit for any body shape. This free sewing pattern will take you a few hours to make and requires several yards of fabric (depending on the size).

Project Type: Make a Project

Time to complete: In an evening

Sewn by: Machine


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I have tried to make T-shirts before but can never get the fabric from stretching way too much on neck,sleeves and bottom hem but I like this pattern so I am going to give it another try soon.I can never find ant T-shirts that I like because I like mine longer than the ones they sell and if I find them they have very limited choices. Has anyone had similar problems with the stretching of fabric? I may try one but make it for now with long sleeves since it is fall. Thanks.

Weberme, there are several factors to consider when working with stretchy fabric. One is to make sure you are letting the machine move the fabric through and that you are not pulling or pushing too much. If you have a pressure foot adjustment, its also good to lessen the tension on this. Make sure you use a ballpoint, or a stretch needle. And cut your neckline just large enough to go over your head. You might also consider using facings on the neckline to help give the material more stability.


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