Step 2: Cut Away!

Lay the shirt flat and start cutting along the seams.
(When cutting the left sleeve, cut to the left of the seam, etc.)
Do not cut the front and back at the same time or it won't be even.
That is an adorable sleeveless shirt! I especially love the buttons and collar. Great job on the armholes, too! I have a white sleeveless button-down stretch shirt (95% polyester, 5% spandex) that I love to wear tucked into my navy blue pleated slacks with a nice belt. There's nothing better and sexier than wearing a sleeveless button-down shirt with a collar to show off my big, soft shoulders!
do you think a boy could where this?
I wish I was a big producer and could say &quot;hire her, she's going to be America's next hollywood sweetheart&quot;<br><br>I love it
Using a seam ripper, if you have one, is a bit easier to remove buttons and not cut into the shirt. Or embroidery/nail scissors, since they are smaller :)
Very cute! I'm about to swipe some of Mr's shirts to make me some nice summer tops. This is a bit different from the &quot;git-r-done&quot; look my son likes. He BUYS new shirts just to chop the sleeves off! Going to dig through my stash of old buttons right now!
Awesome project!!
dear ! <br>you are very beautiful and lucky1 <br>if woman here in india wear such a shirt, her life would be horrible <br>i respect america for such a freedom! <br>buck up! <br>very nice!

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