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I knew it was too good to be true when I bought this T-shirt at the Dollar Store. It shrunk to become too short the first time I ...
Supplies: T-shirt ($1-$7, not shown) Thread (matching color $3) Sewing machine 3/8” wide ribbon (contrasting or complimentary color, $2 a spool)) Scissors Straight pins Safety pin
Lay your t-shirt out on a flat surface.
With your scissors, cut from the bottom hem up the middle of the shirt and around the collar. Throw the collar away.
Turn the shirt inside out. With the straight pins, pin the cut edge toward the outside of the shirt, making a ½ inch (or more) casing, for the ribbon ...
Using a zigzag stitch, sew down the cut edge of the t-shirt, going up the front, around the collar, and back down the other side of the front, ...
Safety pin the end of the ribbon. Using the safety pin, thread the ribbon, up the front, around the collar, and back down the other side of the ...
This is a good time to try it on, and determine how much you need to gather the ribbon, around the shrug. I used straight pins to stick ...
That was easy and it looks great. I have some great necklaces that will go with this color. Enjoy!
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