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post #16 of 18
The shirt looks good, although I agree you could bring it in a bit in the waist. I think the title of the thread would make a good movie title . . .
post #17 of 18
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Originally Posted by lawyerdad
The shirt looks good, although I agree you could bring it in a bit in the waist. I think the title of the thread would make a good movie title . . .

Thanks for that!

As you can see the left part of the waist wasn't properly tucked in (and the left hand cuff wasn't buttoned).

Maybe I will post a pic of one of the shirts that I've used and washed a few times later.
post #18 of 18
Hey, TyskJohan. This is off topic, but you asked in the chat how to tell fused from canvassed with suits. I replied, but you didn't seem to be active. [16:09] <Jovan> TyskJohan: I apologize, I can't always be in here and as of late the channel's been pretty dead. [16:10] <Jovan> The way to find out though is to grasp the bottom edge and rub it between your fingers a bit, feeling for three distinct layers. [16:11] <Jovan> If you can only feel two, it may still be half canvassed. Move up above the ribcage area and feel there. On-topic, good work with the shirt.
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