Last week, I mentioned some of the items I’ve made for SEWN Denver, and here is my collection of Elizabeth Made This T-shirts that are at SEWN Denver right now.  There’s a lot of mixed textiles in this collection.  True to my aesthetic of “artistic apparel”, the tees feature upcycled goods and vintage bits of fabric.  They’re all a great choice for unique fall tees.

T-shirts are $46.  Details and sizes are below.  If you’re visiting Denver, or if you live here, SEWN is located just a few blocks south of Fancy Tiger on 18 South Broadway, Denver, CO 80209.  The shop’s number is 303.832.1493 if you want to ask any questions.

The Collection!

Elizabeth Made This t-shirts

Navy and riverside tee with flame cheetah trim

Bust: 30″, Hem: 34″

 

Elizabeth Made This t-shirts

Blockprinted pinking shears red raglan tee

Bust: 34″, Hem: 39″

Elizabeth Made This t-shirts

Navy stripe toile leaf applique tee

Bust: 34″, Hem: 40″

Elizabeth Made This t-shirts

Elizabeth Made This t-shirts

Deep purple mustard lace tee

Bust: 36″, Hem: 40″

 

Elizabeth Made This t-shirts

Elizabeth Made This t-shirts

Mixed blues and brown floral applique tee

Bust: 31″, Hem: 36″

Elizabeth Made This t-shirts

Purple and taupe tee with gold applique

Bust: 37″, Hem: 42″

Elizabeth Made This t-shirts

Orange stripe floral applique tee

Bust: 37″, Hem: 42″

Elizabeth Made This t-shirts

Purple beaded and embroidered tee with navy racing stripe sleeves

Bust: 30″, Hem: 34″

Elizabeth Made This t-shirts

Purples, navy stripe and floral applique tee

Bust: 30″, Hem: 34

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8 Comments

    • elizabethmadethis Reply

      Thanks again! The scissors stamp is my favorite block that I’ve carved!

  1. Elizabeth! I must say that you are ridiculously talented! The t-shirts are great, but your pattern matching is impeccable! The scissors print!! Matching at the neckline, matching across the sleeves! I can’t even imagine how much time must have gone into placing your pattern pieces! I always appreciate good pattern matching! I need to come to you for lessons!

    • elizabethmadethis Reply

      Thanks so much! I do work really hard with seam matching, but in this case, it’s a bit of a cheat. I blockprinted the scissors with a stamp I carved AFTER I made the shirt. I didn’t have to match the seams because they had already been made. You can’t always do that with printing, but if the garment is flat like a t-shirt (vs. a style that has gathers or some kind of bulk), it’s a good way to add blockprinting.

      • Hahaha no way! I would never have guessed! You tricked me!! Hahahaha but I still love it. It’s a good idea too! I may have to try that out one day and trick everyone 😛

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