Here's a T-shirt project gone wonky. (Don't say I don't show some failures around here.) Normally, when I do these six-panel T-shirt skirts, they're about 6 inches wide at the top. But I had designs that were 7-8 inches wide, so what to do? I got the not-that-bright idea to cut three panels 8 inches wide, then the other three at 4 inches wide, and to arrange them to look like some kind of pinwheel.
Here's why this didn't work: two of the shirts are essentially the same damn color when next to each other, and didn't look nearly as different as I thought they would somehow. Don't ask me why I was dumb enough to ignore that. So it came out looking like this:
Blech. I wish I'd just cut three large panels, period, for this. But I can't think of a way to make it look less lame now.