- 1. Place your two T-shirt body pieces back to back so that the incorrect sides of the shirts are visible. Align them as well as you can, paying particular attention to the neckline and shoulders. Hold them in place around the shoulders with pins (aim to pin every 1 inch). 2. Sew along the shoulder edges that have been pinned together to bring the two pattern pieces together. Remove the pins one by one as you proceed.
What stitch is used for t shirts?
1. Place the two T-shirt body parts back to back, such that the incorrect sides of the shirts are facing the outside world. Align them as perfectly as you can, paying particular attention to the collar and shoulders of your garment. Put pins around the shoulders to hold them in place (aim to pin every 1 inch). 2. Sew the two pattern pieces together along the shoulder edges that have been pinned. Pins should be removed as you work your way through the project
How difficult is it to sew a shirt?
Shirt sewing is quick and simple (as long as you use a design that you are certain you will enjoy), and it is a terrific project for when you need something to make quickly that will still provide fantastic results (such as a t-shirt).
How much time does it take to sew a shirt?
Because there are so many processes involved in formal attire, it takes around 12-16 hours of sewing work. I don’t like to rush things. I can generally do a pillowcase in about an hour, and a T-shirt in about 2 hours, from start to finish.