This mini-post is about the only two men’s shirts I’ve sewn, like ever; and these two fellows are the lucky recipients.
The guy with the bats on his shirt is my nephew and the fellow in the blue chambray is my son-in-law. Blue Chambray Man photographed Bat Shirt Man because Blue Chambray Man is a professional photographer. Do you live in Southern California and need some serious photography done? Hire Brian Campbell! His website displays high levels of Brian’s skill and expertise. I’ve shared this family photo (below) before in this previous post, but can’t stop looking at it. How do you interpret the layout? Does it look like a promo for our own family TV show?
About the shirts: The bat print is my second attempt at making a men’s shirt, and I used Simplicity 1544, View A.
It looks dapper! Ideal for my nephew Adil to wear on Halloween – he’s lucky he can wear conversational prints to work! And… good news: Mood Fabrics is selling shirting fabrics in funky, conversational prints. I think I’m on a men’s shirt roll, which is a good thing because there’s a line of men in my family waiting for their custom made shirts. Game on.
Have a Happy Halloween, friends….