Sheert

Sheert, originally uploaded by pennylrichardsca.

A sheert? Yeah, a shirt made from a sheet, or in this case, remnants of two vintage sheets. This is made with the Simplicity New Look pattern 6809, which I’ll definitely use again–it was simple, it fits, it was forgiving of my carelessness, and it’s a good shape for lightweight sheet fabric. And now I’ve made something with sleeves!

These sheet pieces were acquired in Lisa C.’s summer skirt sheet swap–thanks for the fun sheets! (yes, those are flamingos and palm trees)

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2 Responses to “Sheert”

  1. Michele Says:

    Almost sounded (in my head) that you were swearing when I read the title! LOL Neat sheert!

  2. Lisa Clarke Says:

    I really like the shape of that shirt. I think the last thing I need is another pattern to decipher, but I may keep that one in mind just the same. It’s very flattering on you.

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