Every year just before Easter it’s easy to find little suits, dressy shirts, sweater vests and hats. But my guys never thank me for buttoning them into stiff collars and lacing them into dress shoes. So this year, my sister-in-law, Carli and I set out on a quest to make my boys Easter outfits that are dressy without the formal. My boys and I were thrilled with the comfy, cute results. Don’t sew or don’t have time? Not a worry!
If you’d like to make your own, you’ll need:
- plain tee-shirt
- 10 inches of cotton fabric that coordinates with shirt color
- 10 inches fusible interfacing
- Download Simply Notable Tie-Tee pattern here
Wash and iron shirt and cotton fabric. While the fabric is being laundered, print and cut out the tie pattern. Iron fusible interfacing onto the wrong side of fabric.
Pin the pattern onto the fabric and cut it out.
Remove the pins and pattern and arrange both tie pieces onto the front of shirt, overlapping the top “knot” part of the tie over the bottom long piece by about 1/4″. Pin in place, being careful to pin and sew through the front of the shirt only.
Sew around tie using a zig-zag stitch.
That, my crafty friends, is just how easy it is to make custom Easter tees for your casual crew!
Graham and Corey are certainly happy with theirs!
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