Tag Archives: Grainline

Collared shirt – buttoned up

My collar was constructed in this post. But a collar alone is not a shirt. The rest of the shirt was put together along standard lines. In the previous post I’d used the burrito method for attaching the yoke, and … Continue reading

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Yet more t-shirts

I needed a few more long sleeved tshirts, Grainline Lark to the fore, again. Long sleeved dark pink linen jersey: Loving the results from my cover stitch machine. Long sleeved pastel pink merino jersey: Finally, one with the sides flared … Continue reading

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Everyday stripey tshirts

Everyday clothes, the sort you wash and wear constantly, that always seem to work. Sort of an extended capsule wardrobe. I had a plan to make something for me, each month. I’m even in the Facebook and Instagram groups for … Continue reading

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Slinky new tshirt for the elder lass

The elder lass needed a new top. She wanted a crop tshirt, in slinky blue fabric that she chose from the stash. This is the best representation of the colour of any of the photos I took. The top layer … Continue reading

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