Sunday, November 13, 2011

My Son's Design: Bandana Print Embellished Dockers Work Shirt

For the past few months I've neglected to post these pictures of a work shirt that I modified for my son. He was the designer, and not surprisingly a lot of help with the actual modification. The modifications included adding bandana print to the color, and the breast pocket flaps. Here he is modelling the shirt, and of course he is also wearing the bandana print cap that I found for him.




I have no idea what happened to this picture. Do any of you much more graphics savvy views have any idea? Is there anyway to correct it, other than cropping, and lining it up correctly?

2 comments:

The Slapdash Sewist said...

What great details for a work shirt! I love that your son was involved in the design.

No idea what happened with the photo--totally strange!

LadyWhoSews said...

Thank you so much for visiting and leaving a comment. I thought he had a clever idea, too. It's funny...I think this is the same day that I asked him the definition of a couple of sewing terms....and he got them correct!!!

When we get orders for shirts modified like this...then we will go into production. I suppose he will still be the designer, and I will do most of the sewing.

Also, thank you so much for a link to my blog. If it weren't for you I'd hardly have any visitors.