Green Tabard

The prior green tabard needed was pretty much falling apart, fraying areas and ripped stitches. Hey, it’s hard to stay looking good when you get beat up all the time. So we put together a new one for Jon.

I angled the flaps again which he likes. I’m also doing the trim slightly different, so it lays a bit smoother.

It’s taking less and less time each time we make one. At this point we have the measurements set, at least for him. The slow part is the star on the front, but then I pop trim on and toss in a few seams for a completed tabard.

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