Introduction: Mesh and Tie Cutout Shirt

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Over lunch a while back,some friends and I were discussing unusual t-shirt modifications. This design was among the top contenders: a mesh shirt with a tie cut-out. It turns out to be pretty easy- just time consuming to cut the mesh bits out of the shirt! I had originally intended it to look douchey, but now I think it looks kind of cool... maybe it's just the time investment talking. You'll have to decide for yourself.
  1. Trace a tie onto the shirt.
  2. Draw straight, evenly spaced lines diagonally across the front of the shirt (skipping the tie). Repeat for opposite diagonal.
  3. Cut everything out!

Comments

aj123ps4 (author)2014-09-05

Cool

BarginsTech (author)2012-06-28

what Schoomaroo said!!!! I was amazingly puzzled and excited to see this!! :] I love you kept the sleeves on too!!

ShadyLogic (author)2012-06-26

That looks awesome!

scoochmaroo (author)2012-06-26

This is ridiculously fantastic. Want.

Penolopy Bulnick (author)2012-06-25

That is an awesome idea!

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