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How to Sew a Classic White Shirt

Threads magazine - 140 – Dec. 2008/Jan. 2009 Issue
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Regardless of gender or age, everyone should have a classic white shirt in his or her wardrobe. Threads asked its contributing editors — a group of talented designers and educators — for their interpretation of this essential garment. And, as expected, they produced an amazing array of styles and fabrications. Louise Cutting, Kenneth D. King, and Fred Bloebaum share their inspirations and the techniques they used. Three designers push the envelope on the classic white shirt in this first installment of a two-part series on this classic garment. From Threads #140

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  1. catstexas December 6th

    I subscribe to both Threads magazine and Insider. I'm not sure what this Insider article does for me.

  2. MadeByMarnieM March 20th

    Great ideas and incredible workmanship!

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