CUSTOMIZED T-SHIRT: SIMPLE YARN EMBROIDERY

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Introduction: CUSTOMIZED T-SHIRT: SIMPLE YARN EMBROIDERY

If you're bored with your plain tees and want to have a unique t shirt, this project is perfect for you. You can customize your simple clothes and transform them into something amazing so easily.

This idea can also be used as thoughtful gift for someone special. It shows effort and love and at the same time looks so chic. I made this project for my brother who loves the brand Nike. You can do it with any logo or any animation you like. Enjoy!

Supplies

  • Pencil/Pen
  • Scissors
  • Chalk
  • Embroidery Hoop (Any size)
  • Yarn
  • Needles

Step 1: Trace Your Design!

  1. Take the design of your choice
  2. Open it in Powerpoint, and enlarge the slide via full screen.
  3. Trace the logo with a pen

Step 2: Cut the Design and Trace It Onto T-shirt!

  1. Cut the tracing on paper with the help of scissors
  2. Trace the design onto the shirt

Step 3: Start Embroidery!

Place the Embroidery hoop onto the shirt and start being creative!

Tip: You can first draw the flowers with a pen on to the shirt and then do embroidery on the marked lines. It will make the work easier and more precision

Step 4: Final Result!

I washed the imprint the embroidery hoop made.

P.S : My brother loved it!

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    8 Comments

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    Marve48
    Marve48

    1 year ago on Step 4

    Extremely creative. I love it.

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    Marcus Deetlefs
    Marcus Deetlefs

    1 year ago

    Copyright laws LOL $$$$$$$$$$$

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    AleenaBinyameen
    AleenaBinyameen

    Reply 1 year ago

    Hi! What do you mean?

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    Marcus Deetlefs
    Marcus Deetlefs

    Reply 1 year ago

    Sorry, but isn't making Nike shirts illegal, unless authorised?

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    AleenaBinyameen
    AleenaBinyameen

    Reply 1 year ago

    Hey! I'm not suggesting this as a Marketing idea nor I suggest that you make it and sell them. This just a fun idea to turn boring shirts into something fun. I think as long as you don't market it or wear it to official events, I don't think copyright laws apply

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    AleenaBinyameen
    AleenaBinyameen

    Reply 1 year ago

    Thankyou so much! 🥰