How to make cotton-free shirts and pants.1.
Make the shirt or pants you want to be cotton- free.2.
Start by making your shirts.
Make your shirts and/or pants as simple as possible by taking one simple step.
You need to remove all of the buttons, hem and neckline.
This can be a little challenging, but it is necessary for the shirts and other fabric to breathe better.
Make sure you use the correct fabric for the shirt.
For example, if you are making a cotton-based t-shirt, you should use a cotton blend, like Cotton-Naturals Cotton Blend or Cotton-Tumble.
You can also use an organic cotton blend like Silkworm, but be sure to wash it thoroughly and store it in a cool, dry place.3.
Make your pants.
Make the pants by folding and rolling the pants and trimming all the excess fabric.
You should also roll the waistband and hem.
The waistband is the stretchy fabric at the top of the leg that wraps around your waist.
This is a nice touch, because the waistline can be more defined, while still having the ability to flare outwards.4.
Cut out the pockets.
You will need a small amount of fabric to cut out the pocket openings.
For example, the pocket opening on the left side of the t-shirts would be 8 inches long and 3 inches wide.5.
Fold the shirt into thirds.
The first part would be the waist seam, the second would be your pocket, and the third would be a stretchy seam.6.
Cut the waistbands.
You’ll want to cut a 2-inch seam, but you can also fold the shirt down to make it shorter.7.
Sew the waist seams.
The shirt will fit snugly into the pants pockets, so it is a good idea to seam the shirt in the pocket before sewing.
You don’t want the shirt to be too long.8.
Fold out the sleeves.
You could fold the sleeves in half to make a pocket, but this is not a necessary step.9.
Sew both seams together.
The sleeves will be the only part that will actually be inside of the pants.
You won’t be sewing the pockets or hem, but the seam of the shirt will be.
You will want to sew the shirt’s waistband through the two seams and around the back.
The pants will stretch slightly when the shirt is worn, so the waist will fold over the pocket.10.
Cut your fabric.
To cut the fabric, fold the sides of the fabric in half.
You want to make sure that the sides are folded so that you are cutting down the fabric.
If you are not sure if your shirt fits, you can use a ruler or tape measure to measure it.11.
Sew your seam.
This part is very important.
Sewing the fabric seam will be important, because you want the fabric to not pull through the pocket in the front.
The fabric needs to be held in place while you sew the seam.
You need to take the fabric into your sewing machine, and make sure the right side of your fabric is lined up with the seam on the right.
You may have to sew several times to get the right edge.12.
Cut off the excess.
This will make it easier to sew a seam in the middle of the front, and you can fold the fabric up when you finish.