How to Make a Cheap Flirty Shirt

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Introduction: How to Make a Cheap Flirty Shirt

make a old shirt a hot night out shirt! or a cute flirty one!

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Step 1: Find a Shirt

find any old t-shirt thats a little more fitted

Step 2: Mark and Cut

mark the shirt down like a V neck and then a diamond shape below the V neck. Then cut.

Step 3: Sewing

sew any type of fabric preferably see through, to the shirt where u cut out the diamond. make it kinda scrunchy looking by sewing it by hand, Its easier that way.

Step 4: Cut

first cut the sleeves off, then turn the shirt around and cut the back low any way you'd like. Make it like a halter. After there should be long strands still adjusted to where the V neck lyes. That will be where you tie the shirt like a halter.

Step 5: Cut 2

Then turn the shirt back to the front and cut an upside down V from the diamond down.

Step 6: At Last

fold the shirt so that the side of the shirt lies flat. take the back part of the shirt and cut slits all the way down. unfold and will be hanging slips down ur back. lastly stretch all the parts of the shirt that you cut so if folds making it not look like a cut shirt and more flirty.

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    5 Discussions

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    ggiana
    ggiana

    10 years ago on Introduction

    thanks for the advice... the video was supposed to be better but my editor wasnt working. n my sound isnt.. so i didnt really know what sounds was going on in the video. haha

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    nachosyumm
    nachosyumm

    10 years ago on Introduction

    might want to add pictures and "How to a cheap hot shirt" makes no sense whatsoever

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    adamsimon
    adamsimon

    10 years ago on Introduction

    There are SIX steps to this. That's as good as I can be with the "be nice" policy in play.

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    theRIAA
    theRIAA

    10 years ago on Introduction

    Nice idea but this would be better as a "sideshow" it's simple enough to explain in a sentence or 2 there. This is not worthy of a step-by-step instructable. You need at least a before picture of the shirt, and a couple pictures of the process. I know it's simple enough to understand in text, but pictures make everyone happy.