Step 5: Sewing the Raven

  • Lay the raven over the t-shirt where you want it.
  • Pin it to the shirt.
  • Carefully stitch all the way around the shirt using a small zigzag stitch.  
  • Remove from the sewing machine and trim all loose threads.
that is way cool. <br>
Wonderful adaptation, and a great looking shirt! (I love the ragged edges, looks fantastic for the style)<br><br>Though, pardon me for mentioning, as the song is quite nice, I think you might like to know that that video actually originally goes to a different song by another group http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CD6VgRUE1y0&amp;list=LL4I-yoa9_MLfIu7q8mBTk9A&amp;index=22&amp;feature=plpp_video and was created by a visual artist named Emmanuel Ho if you're interested in more of his work (and a high quality video of that lovely music video)! Again pardon the correction, but I do love the shirt and style!
Thank you so much for sharing this information. I will add it to my ible. I will also share it with my grandson. Have a great Thanksgiving!<br>Sunshiine
Qouth the Raven &quot;Nevermore&quot;!
Thanks for sharing your thoughts! <br>Sunshiine
The rough, frayed edges really add to the style of the raven shown in the video. I want a shirt like this!
It was easy and guess what! I have seen some of your work! You can sew! I liked the frayed edges also because it reminded me of feathers. I can't wait to make one with the window and the string. I will put the one with the string on the back and make one escaping on the front! Pretty cool if I can swing it! I will be sharing that one also! Thanks for commenting! <br>Sunshiine
I have the link where I copied the pattern from my monitor but it is too late to edit my page because this is entered into a contest. I will upload that picture in a couple of days. If you are in a hurry you can go to the link that I have on the first page and then copy the name of the group and paste it to your search window. A picture of a shirt will be on the list so click there and trace it on a piece of paper.

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