- Two T-shirts as described in the intro
T-shirts come in various weights and qualities of fabric. This technique works best if the two shirts are made of similar fabric, but small variations will be fine. I don't recommend using woven fabric for the second shirt since it won't move in the same way as the knit, plus the edges will unravel and the patch will probably come off. Two woven shirts would work, but you'll need to keep the edges from ravelling either by hemming, serging, fabric glue, or some other method.Tools:
- sewing machine (this can also be sewn by hand)
- tape measure - optional
Get an idea of what the finished shirt will look like by folding up the one with the good image and laying it on top of the one that fits.