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November 2020 Challenge - Stitch a Shirt


You can enter multiple shirts.  To add your entry to the photo album:

Option 1

  • Make sure you are logged in as a member.
  • Click Upload to add your photo.  The photo must not exceed 100 mb.
  • After uploading your photo, click the image and add your name as a caption.

Option 2

  • Send your photo to and we will add the photo to the album for you
  • Photo must not exceed 100 mb

Accepted formats - .jpg (preferred), .gif, .png, .tif

To be in the draw for the prize, your photo must be uploaded /submitted no later than midnight, 30 November 2020

You must be an ASG member to be eligible for the prize

Random draw held on 1 December 2020

35 photo(s) Updated on: 2 Dec 2020
  • Karen Hill
  • Karen Hill
  • Karen Hill
  • Tracy Neale - I call this one "Foxy". It's the Men's Troop Shirt from Tadah Patterns
  • Tracy Neale - Foxy collar detail
  • Tracy Neale - Foxy front
  • Tracy Neale - Foxy back
  • Susan Fulop
  • Susan Fulop
  • Amanda Andrews
  • Amanda Andrews - Kalle Shirt by Closet Core Patterns
  • Tracy Neale collar detail
  • Tracy Neale shirt back
  • Tracy Neale shirt front - The Men's Troop Shirt from Tadah Patterns
  • Alison Findlay - Paper Theory Fairfield shirt pattern. He loves the shirt despite what the photo is communicating!
  • Kristy Chan
  • Vicki Taggart
  • Julie Livingstone
  • Christine O'Toole of Blue Lite Sewers. This shirt is made using Butterick B5526 with a tab collar. Fabric is Japanese cotton finished with mother of pearl buttons.
  • Fiona Brooks-Wood: Flair 2101 shirt pattern in a light cotton voile - perfect for hot sunny days
  • Colleen Whittaker
  • Colleen Whittaker
  • Colleen Whittaker
  • Charlene Cairn
  • Sriyani Fernando
  • Robyn Jordan , the second shirt made with Kwik.Sew 3422, this time I cut the sleeves a little shorter to please the owner.
  • Robyn Jordan. I decided to do Christmas shirts as I had fabric in the stash. I used Kwik.Sew 3422 which was recommended to me by my sister. I was happy with the pattern matching here.
  • Geoff looking dapper, I made this shirt out of a stonewashed cotton queen size flat sheet.
  • Dragana Weistra
  • Riesa Lipschitz
  • Jemma Martin
  • Lydia Miller

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