My son Zach’s lacrosse shirt from high school was re-fashioned following the pattern and instructions from Alabama Stitch Book.
I am not sure if that stain is blood or juice and I prefer not to know.
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This shirt was constructed many years ago using a beaded stitch of my own invention (although I am sure that it has been done before!):
Thread your needle, love your thread and tie off with a double knot. Insert needle through either side of pinned seam, pull through to other side and add one bugle bead. Take one “stab” stitch and bring needle back through to your beginning side. Make one whip stitch over the seam allowance, coming back to the same side. Add one bugle bead and take one “stab stitch” bringing your needle through to the opposite side of your seam. Add bead and repeat.
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