[:en]Crochet T-Shirt for Women – A Streetcar Named Desire (PDF)[:]

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This pattern is part of our Bookazine named Cinema Style. Sew, Knit & Refashion. It’s inspired by the film A Streetcar Named Desire (1951) in which Marlon Brando introduced the plain white cotton T-shirt to fashion as an outer garment. The author of this idea is Lucinda Ballard and it got her nominated by the Academy for Best Costume Design.

DIY your own Hollywood garment!

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It includes:
Step-by-step instructions with graphics and diagrams
1 size (S), but easy adaptable to others
Knitting glossary
Available in Spanish, English and French

For clothing:
You will need 6 balls of Bulky Cotton
Needle 4.5mm

Tip: you can use other materials if you want a warmest garment.

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Skill Level: Advanced (it requires some general sewing knowledge; for crafters with an experienced skill level)

It includes:

  • Step-by-step instructions with graphics and diagrams
  • 1 size (S), but easily adaptable to other sizes
  • Glossary of terms
  • Written in English, also available in French and Spanish

You will need:

  • 6 balls of Bulky Cotton
  • 4.5mm Needle

Tip: you can use other materials if you want a warmer garment.

There are 2 ways to print it:

1) At home, using your own printer. Choose the printing mode “Poster” and you will get a design made up of lines and columns that can be stuck with adhesive tape or glue. The first line is made up of the letters A1, A2, A3… The following line, that will be below the previous one, will be made up of the letters B1, B2, B3…

2) Using a specialized printer (for example, the ones used by architects and engineers), which has the option to print to scale.

*MEASUREMENTS

Sizes                     BUST                 WAIST                           HIP

Small (S)          84cm (33 in)       62 cm (25.5 in)            90 cm (35.5 in)

[:fr]In A Streetcar Named Desire, Marlon Brandon introduces the plain white cotton t-shirt to fashion. From that moment on, it became very popular and men started to wear it not only as an undergarment, but also as outerwear. The creator of this style was Lucinda Ballard who was honoured for it with a nomination for an Academy Award for Best Costume Design.

DIY your own Hollywood style![:]

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  1. Sarah Whiteley

    Can’t wait to make it. Beautiful pattern! Sarah. Oxford, UK

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