The “10,000 Reasons” Shirt
I think it’s time for a new camera. All of my pictures seem to be coming out a little blurry. I happen to like the way this one came out though.
I had planned to make a button down shirt out of lace. I have everything I need sitting on my table. I decided to make this simple T out of leftover fabric from my “She Got Game” sweatshirt. I wouldn’t call it a wardrobe staple. I do think a girl should have a T or two in her wardrobe I’m just not sure I’ll wear this one out at all. It does make a good night shirt.
I just started my part-time work for the holidays. It’s very busy and a lot of fun though I haven’t successfully had a lunch break yet. I’ll need to work on that-the last thing I need is to lose weight. Add to the job a high maintenance teenager, a busy 9 yr. old, and all the work it takes to keep a home running and you get one lady who is not going to use what little energy she has on a complicated sewing project. My plan is to coast as best as I can until the end of the year. It’ll be a little tricky at the end of the year when we fly to Texas for the holidays.
So there really isn’t much to say about this top. It’s two pieces, a front and a back. That’s it. The title comes from the song 10,000 Reasons. Sewing and all of you are some of the 10,000 reasons I have to be thankful.
Pattern: McCall’s 6566
Fabric: 1 yd leftover Galleria Knit from stash
Time to Make: 1hr
First Worn and Wear Again: I wore it to bed last night and will wear it again tonight.
Total Price: $0