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converting old t-shirts into women's panties

 
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Hey, I do this! Mine are more complicated though, panties are Very uncomfortable without a separate crotch piece. A seam rubbing in the tender bits is absolutely horrible.
I made this pair for my little sis'. There were tons more but I never took any pictures. I'm working on another set for a craft show though, I can post pictures when they're done.

These hold up well, they're about 4 years old in this picture (sorry no action shot, lol).
 
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Yeah, when you have more, put up the pics!

How long does it take you to make a pair?
 
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Hey, glad you like them! They take a ridiculous amount of time actually, that elastic is very fussy to stitch on. I'm hoping that making them assembly line style will be a bit faster. I have a few pairs sewn and waiting for trim and a whole lot more pairs waiting to be sewn then trimmed. I'm away for the month of June but will hopefully get them all done in July in time for a craft show. I'll even try to get an action shot or two  .
 
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