I’m venturing into shirts.
This one is Butterick B5497, made out of cotton jersey. I was so proud of myself because I got a double-needle, and felt so pleased, sewing real stretch stitches with very professional-looking seams. Until I broke rule 1 of sewing, and crashed right over a pin (rather than removing it just before it went under the presser-foot) whereupon one needle skewed into the other needle and everything mashed with a terrible grinding sound, and well…I ended up finishing the shirt sewing regular old straight-stitch and zig-zag stitch, with a regular old needle, old-school style. That’ll teach me, for getting fancy!
It’s a cute pattern, though. I like it. And I’ll buy another double-needle next time I’m at the sewing shop…or perhaps a couple, seeing how I am rather hard on things like needles.