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90 Minute Shirt

Here is my first version of the 90 Minute Shirt.  I was inspired by this shirt back in February when one of my favorite blogs, MADE, co-hosted a month long series called Celebrate the Boy.  It was a month of boy crafts, tutorials, and projects to drool over.  When I saw how easy this shirt was to make, I knew I had to try it.  Hop on over to Dana’s site and check out the tutorial for yourself.  She gives instructions of making your own pattern, and creating this shirt.  I’ll be making a few more soon, I need to work out some issues in my pattern and perfect the sleeves… 

Aren’t they SO super cute?!  Next up are a couple striped ones made from thrifted shirts!


  • Barbara

    Great job! Super cute shirts, but I must say those boys are the cutest ever! Love the new blog design too….so light and fresh reminds me of a perfect spring day:)

  • Laura

    Cute! Good job on those shirts! I really wish I liked sewing…so many things to make! It just feels like a chore for me…


    Oh my – that is the cutest shirt! I'm sucker for onesies, so I'm going to have to check out that tutorial. Thanks for sharing!

  • Amy Tromans

    So cute! I would love to make one for Ada. I will have to talk to you to find out what you learned.

    I am so inspired by your blog! I am totally loving it!

    We should hang out some time and talk about crafty things…my in-laws are here for the next 2 weeks so maybe after they leave?

  • Suzanne Jeanette

    Yes, it is a perfect way to keep using the onsie style, even for big kids!

    Amy, that sounds like fun. We can come up with a fun project to try. πŸ™‚ Let me know when they leave and we can plan something.

  • Cindy

    Cool shirts! How did you serge those edges? They look soo cute! I will be borrowing my aunt's serger soon, I am more than excited, the endless possibilities!!

  • Suzanne Jeanette

    Just serge the edges, iron in half, and sew it on. It's really easy. Once you have the serger, you can pretty much do anything!

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