I do a lot of tee makeovers and upcycles here, and I love to copy store-bought tees, but rarely do I make one from scratch using knit fabric. I hate sewing on knits--it's kinda hard, and always more frustrating than sewing on simple woven cotton! I've learned a few tips and tricks white doing my tee refashions and reading other bloggers' projects, but I still generally avoid using knits. I've literally made... three knit garments in my life. Seriously. And usually, I didn't do things a whole lot differently than I would have with a woven garment or store-bought tee, depending on the project. But I got an email from CraftStylish about this tutorial for replicating a decorated tee (some of you may have received it, too) and I thought I should share with you how the pros over there recommend you go about it. If you're interested in really doing it right and learning how to make your own tees, do check out this feature on CraftStylish. At first it's intimidating, since there are about a million steps in the process, and I don't always do all of them, but the tee they make does turn out looking really good! I think in the case of sewing on knits, it pays to follow the rules.