Last night I finally went through all the drawers and pulled out the old t-shirts that hubs and I don't like anymore so that I can make them into tees for the little man. I was going to just do the old standby and use a shirt that fits him now to cut new ones, but then I remembered that I had the Vintage V-neck Tee pattern from last fall's Pattern Anthology.
But for the life of me, I can't get the "V" to sit nicely! I carefully pinned and stretched, but still ended up taking out the stitches twice. And after the last sew, it still didn't look nice, but if I took them out again I'd end up shredding the gray fabric.
The "V" looks so cool, but I might just recut the pattern to a crew neck, because I just can't stand patterns that are too fiddly. And I want to make at least two more t-shirts because the kid has almost none to wear this summer.
But, on a happier note, I finally busted out the non-straight-stitch-only sewing machine and got to do fun things like zig zag stitches and sewing with my double needle! But now there's two sewing machines on the dining room table and absolutely no room for actually eating dinner.
Linking up with Kids Clothes Week and My Quilt Infatuation!