because t-shirt fabric is stretchy it is really easy to make ruffles, you need to stretch the fabric out at the sides while pushing forward at the same time, this creates the perfect t-shirt fabric ruffles with out having to mess around pulling threads
Wool Sweater ca, 1895 American (probably) This very early sportswear sweater combines the aesthetics of fashionable dress through its large gigot sleeves and overall silhouette with the informal sportiness inherent in any knit fabric. Casual wear, such as this, is rare in museum collections because of the nature of its use and the intrinsic value people placed on more formal attire.
During the Viking age, the fabric would have been woven to the correct dimensions for the intended purpose, rather than cut from larger piece of cloth, as was done for the replica shown to the right. As a result, a leg wrap from the Viking age would have selvages along each edge which resisted fraying, rather than a stitch used on the modern replica.
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