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You can modify your basic t-shirt pattern easily for a fully lined version. It will take up double the amount of fabric but that is the nature of this design. Fold the fabric on the cross-grain, lining up your hem of the main bodice pieces and the sleeve hem. Essentially, you are creating a mirror image.
What We Learned!
- Due to the weight of double layers in the body of the garment, the ribbing needs to be decreased in length. Over-time the neckline ribbing gaped open.
- Alternative to above, is to pick stronger ribbing.
- Try a fully reversible version where no seams are visible in the inside. At the moment, the neckline seam (over-lock finish) is the only thing visible.
Photographed and written by Sheila Wong and Natasha Bosnjak
Designed, drafted and constructed by Sheila Wong
Edited by Natasha Bosnjak