I started looking for patterns that were going to be versatile, easy to make, and cheap.
I found that patterns like this had been around for decades, but weren’t widely available, which is really disappointing.
Then I started researching fabric patterns that didn’t have the same amount of material and were much easier to use.
I ended up with a list of patterns that I could make in my basement, and I started making them.
A few months later, I was working in a garment factory, and one of the employees asked me if I had a pattern that I wanted to try.
He asked if I could help make a shirt that could be made in less than a week.
I was like, “No, I have no idea what that is, but I think it’s a great idea.
I think this shirt could be a good shirt.”
So I was able to get that shirt made in about three weeks, and it was so simple and fun.
The shirt was a good fit for me, and there were no worries that the seams were too big.
It was just a great time to be making things.