This is a tutorial on how to make a sweatshirt like this!!
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Before you start cutting your fabric, you want to take measurements of your shoulder opening, torso (collarbone to waist), shoulder width, arm circumference, and arm length.
Pro tip: When cutting your fabric, leave a few inches so you have room to hem your edges.
While this isn't totally necessary, I would recommend making a paper outline of your design before you cut your fabric.
Lay your paper outlines on your fabric.
Trace the papers onto the fabric in brightly colored chalk. Trace each stencil twice.
Cut out the outlined fabric.
Take one torso outline and two sleeve outlines. Sew them together. Do this with the other set of torso and sleeve outlines.
Step 7: (Optional, But Recommended)
Hem the bottom of the shirt outline. Do this by folding the edge of the fabric up and sewing it into place.
Pin the two pieces of stitched fabric on top of each other. Try to make the pieces as even as possible.
Sew the stitched pieces together.
Turn the sweatshirt inside out and it is ready to wear.