Striped Pocket T Shirt

The other day I went to Hobby Lobby and found this super soft gray knit in the remnant bin.  I snatched it up with plans to make a t shirt.  stiped pocket t shirt

When I got home, I unrolled the fabric, only to find it was a little small.  There was no way I could make a t shirt out of this cut of fabric (unless it was for one of Sweet Pea’s dolls).  I couldn’t get my mind off of the gray t shirt I wanted, so I started to think about piecing together a shirt.   stiped pocket t shirt back

I used that small piece of gray knit to piece together the front of the t shirt and then found some blue and white striped knit in my stash to piece together the back!  stiped pocket t shirt hem line

I love how it turned out.  Sometimes accidents bring out the best finished product.  With the little bit of striped fabric left over, I cut out a tiny pocket to sew to the front!  stiped pocket t shirt close up When Josh was taking these photos, the wind was incredible!  He loved how my bangs would stand straight up…I just had to include a pic of my great hair day! stiped pocket t shirt wind blown stiped pocket t shirt funny

  • When there is a will, there’s a way 🙂 Well done 🙂

    • dandeliondrift

      Thanks Jenya! I love happy accidents 🙂

  • That looks so comfy and cute! So did you make your own pattern?

    • dandeliondrift

      I did…I cut up an old comfy t shirt and used it for my pattern. This is the second t I have made from that cut up shirt.

      • Cool! I’m planning on doing that for a lace t-shirt =D

  • Cindy Sims

    Love how shirt turned out. too clever & cute

    • dandeliondrift

      Thanks Cindy!

  • Happy accident for sure! I love the fit and look of your shirt!

    • dandeliondrift

      Thanks Courtney! Happy accidents are the best kind!

  • Totally awesome shirt! You couldn’t have “planned” it better 🙂

    • dandeliondrift

      Thanks Heidi! Maybe this is a sign I shouldn’t try and plan everything! I’m usually such a planner!

  • Love it–it totally reminds me of a shirt I just made! I used the scoop top pattern from skirt as top..

    • dandeliondrift

      Thanks Beth…I’m off to check it out!