Lastly, scrunch the front crew with the desired fullness and shape. Tie off to preserve the curve and finally, knot the ends.
My guy gifted me this hand-painted T shirt from recent travels with the inherent challenge - that I make it wearable. Follow these instructions and you can turn any ill-fitting souvenir T into a cute slouchy halter top you'll wear all summer. You'll need thread, a sewing machine with at least zig-zag, an overlock is better, 1/4 yard of contrasting knit fabric or another T shirt of complimentary color, a large safety pin, the usual scissors and pins, and a dress form or warm body to fit.
Step 1: Getting Started
Lay the T shirt flat on your work surface with the body aligned as straight as you can, with the design you like best facing front.