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Do you still have last minute holiday parties?  Do the kids need a cute shirt to wear to school for their Christmas party? This is a quick easy project that will take you all of about 20 minutes.  Add some rolled flower hair cuties and you got a decked out peppermint pretty!  So bust out your sewing machine and make a quick, easy Christmas shirt.

 

 

 

Supplies:

Red and White Striped Cotton Fabric

White shirt

Scissors

Sewing Machine

Thread

Pins

 

1.  Cut a 1” by 45” piece of striped red and white fabric.  I got mine at Hobby Lobby for $.58 for a 6 inch piece.

IMG_1787 2.  Sew a long basting stitch (the longest width stitch on your machine).  Pull the top thread to get it to ruffle.  Keep pulling the top thread until it all ruffles evenly.IMG_1788

3.  Starting at the bottom and working your way up pin the ruffled fabric in place the shape of a candy cane.  Then sew down the middle on the same stitch you ruffled the fabric with pulling the pins out as you go.

IMG_1790 4.  Cut off the end when you are done sewing.

IMG_1789 I also made some fabric rolled rosettes that look like peppermint candies for Kayla’s hair.IMG_1817 IMG_1814

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14 Comments

  1. Oh. My. Word. Awesome idea! Even cuter because of the ruffles. Perfect Christmas casual outfit, and the hair bows just make the look complete. 🙂

  2. What a cute shirt!! I love the idea. My girls are probably a little old for it, but my grand-daughters would love it.

  3. The shirt is so cute. But really, how do you get anything done with that sweet little face around you all day?

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