- a pencil
- thread and needle
- press studs
- a small ruler
- and a Marinière (stripped shirt)
As earlier, cut on the lines to make the pencil marks disappear and stop à 1,5 cm from the center of the square.
Grab some thread matching your windmill and a needle, double your thread, make a knot and start sewing at the center of the windmill, letting the needle and thread come out of it on the other side.
Fold every other angle towards the center of the square in order to create you windmill, either the right side or the left side of the angle but you need to keep the same side to make you windmill. Put every part on the needle and sew again at the center of the windmill. If this step in hard you can still sew every angle one by one. Add a few stitches to fix the lot well.
You can now decide the place of your windmills on your marinière. Draw a small dot with the pencil to mark the future place of the female part of the press stud.
Now take the female part of your press studs, your thread matching the color of the marinière this time and your needle. Fix the press studs at the chosen place, two stitches for every press stud hole. Clip your windmills and don’t hesitate to have fun choosing their location, either like a necklace or like a buttonhole or in a cluster on the chest, enjoy !
And TA-DA ! Don’t forget to unclip your windmills before washing the shirt !