This DIY snow sports shirt looks great and you can make a ton of them!
The t-shirts you’ll need to make are: T-shirt fabric for the front (make sure it’s at least 20% cotton and it will stay soft).
Wool (at least 75% wool).
Tape measure for the back.
Fabric scraps and scraps of other fabrics for the sleeves.
A needle for sewing the sleeves together.
A pair of scissors for cutting the t-side of the shirt.
Needle and thread for sewing both the front and back seams.
A stitch marker.
Stitch markers are a staple in any good knit t-sleeve.
A scrap of yarn for sewing up the sleeve.
You’ll also need a hat for this t-shirt.
A large crochet hook and a hook size of 6mm or larger.
The tshirt fabric You’ll want to make the front of the tshirt the same as the back (so it won’t get wrinkled).
For this, you’ll want a lot of wool and some scraps.
You can buy wool t-fleece or wool polyester t-pants at craft stores or online.
Use a yarn needle to sew the front on the back of the fabric.
If you’re going to be making t-shaped shirts, make sure to make them to the same size as the front.
For a big t-sided shirt, make the seams about as wide as you’d like.
If your shirt is bigger, make it smaller.
Cut a piece of fabric in half lengthwise.
Take one end and sew the seam to the other end.
Make sure the two sides of the seam line up, so that you can sew the back seam together without it getting wrinkled.
Now cut another piece of the same fabric in the same lengthwise direction as the first one and sew both sides of that seam together.
The front seam will be sewn to the front fabric, and the back will be made to go along the inside of the sleeve, with the seam coming out of the back piece and joining the front seam.
Put your yarn needle into the hole you made in the front piece.
Sew the seam along the back edge, then pull the seam tight so that it fits through the hole in the back, making sure that the two ends are parallel.
Sew that seam to both ends of the front, then sew the side seams of the sleeves to the back and to the fabric underneath.
This shirt is going to look great.
If the shirt is too big for you, just try making smaller ones for your other sports.
For the sleeves, you’re not going to want too many, so just use as much fabric as you need to get the shirt to a snug fit.
Cut out two of the shirts and place them inside of each other, facing each other.
Now just pull the sleeves inwards and sew them together, making as much of a seam as you can to get them to sit on the shirt’s body.
The back of your t-taper is a little tricky.
You want to start with one end of the jacket, and then cut out two other shirts.
Make a loop in the bottom and sew one end to the bottom of the first shirt and one end through the other.
Make another loop at the top of the second shirt and sew it to the first.
Finally, fold the ends of both loops and sew around the inside edge of the next shirt.
Make three more loops and attach them to each other so that they are the same width as the previous two.
Now fold the first two loops back to get three more.
Sew around the seams of each piece and attach the end of each shirt to the inside front of one of the other shirts and sew that seam into the other one.
Now it’s time to sew together the sleeves and the front pieces of the snow sports outfit.
To make this process easy, you can just stitch the edges together with a straight stitch and then you can fold them in half.
If, however, you want to have a more professional look, you might use a long stitch to sew through the back pieces and sew along the outside of the two shirts.
Cut the sleeves up so that the front ends of them are facing you.
Using the same needle, sew the first and second sleeves along the same line.
Make two more loops along the edge of each sleeve, then fold them around and sew.
Pull the two sleeves up and attach to each of the four remaining shirts.
If they’re too big, cut the sleeves down and sew through them on the outside.
Now sew the sleeves on the inside.
If it’s too big to fit, just cut the front two sleeves down a bit and make two more, overlapping.
Now attach the remaining two sleeves to each shirt and stitch them in a way that the sleeves line up with