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Transform a boring T-shirt into something sexy and stylish.Wanna show a little skin? Make a cut out tee and add some chains for a really cool look. (this ...
Turn the t-shirt to the back. Figure out how deep and how wide you want your cutout to be. Draw a U shape on the back of the ...
First cut of the neck of the shirt. Then cut out your "U". Make sure to only cut the back.
This where you even out the front neck line of the shirt. The easiest way is to fold the shirt in half. Cut according to how low you ...
Lay the shirt out flat again. I used a cardboard t-shirt form, but any large piece of cardboard will do. Place the shirt over the cardbaord with the ...
Measure out a suitable distance between the first cahin and where you want the second one. I placed mine about two inches apart. Place pins at each point(or ...
Now that you have all your chains in the right order, its time to sew them onto the shirt. Its probably best to use thread that matches your ...
If you used a blank tee like I did maybe you wanna add something to the front. You can pretty much do whatever you like. Paint it, bleach ...
If you want you can also cut the hem off the sleeves (or off the bottom)
The only thing left now is to wear your new shirt with pride.!
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