8 March 2012

An edging for a tshirt


I started this just around Christmas time as a 'pick up, put down' project.  One of those 'what shall I do now' projects when you've been working on something most of the evening, finished it and you're feeling tired and just need something to keep yourself awake until bedtime!!!!  

I used the 'Oh SO simple' edging as I know this off by heart now!!!!  When we took the car to the garage last week I remembered it and took it with me as we knew we had a three quarter hour wait for whatever it had to have done to 'be done'.  Now it's finished the next big obstacle is getting it sewn on to the tshirt!!!

Of course you can guess what thread I used - Lizbeth Pink Cocoa!!!

13 comments:

  1. Die Einfassung für ein T-Shirt sieht sehr schön aus.
    Viele Grüße Cornelia

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  2. It's lovely Jane! Will you post the shirt after you put the edging on?

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  3. Lovely! Dare I distract myself from current projects to start a t-shirt edging? Better not... I'll admire yours!

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  4. Love this edging! Can't wait to see it on the T-shirt.

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  5. Very pretty colour in that thread!! Looking forward to seeing the finished project!
    Kelly

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  6. That's very nice, Jane.

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  7. Now I know the problem has to be my computer screen. The browns of Pink Cocoa look green on this screen. Very pretty edging though!

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  8. Lovely colors!
    I like also the edging!

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  9. Lovely colors,so .."spring in arrive"!

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  10. Maureen3:01 am

    I love this edging, but I've been looking and looking at the thread, wondering how you managed to avoid having any of the white colour showing - and very little of the brown. Did you wind off from the ball until you came to the length of colour you wanted to use for this?

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  11. There is no white in this thread at all, Maureen. That's how you avoid it!!!! I just wound thread onto two shuttles and started - never any planning ahead in my little brain!!!

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  12. Lovely edging, gorgeous colour
    Margaret

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