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Did you know that you can make a stylish loose summer t-shirt from an old XL-sized T-shirt? Here is how my vintage oversized T-shirt looked past 30 minutes. ...
- Big t-shirt (make sure it is loose on you and has a cool print) - Scissors - 2 buttons - Needle with a thread - Sewing machine ...
Try your t-shirt on and mark with the fabric marker where you want your neckline.
Cut off the neckline according to your marks. Make an arch-like cut between the marks you`ve made and try the t-shirt on. You can cut the neckline the ...
Zigzag the edge of the neckline to prevent unravelling and to make it scroll in a little.
I didn`t like the sleeves` length either, so I decided to make them shorter. One of the easiest and most obvious options was to cut them and zigzag, ...
If the T-Shirt is too long for you either – cut the bottom to the length you like and zigzag the edge. So this is the T-shirt I ...
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