Ever get sick of having x-large t-shirts when you're actually a medium/small size?
Want a cheap way to make a 99cent T-shirt seem fitted?
All you need is a scissors and a cheap T-shirt, and you can show off!
Step 1: Fold Your Shirts in Half
You'll need two shirts, the one that's too big, and one that fits.
Fold both of them in half.
Step 2: Match Up the T-shirts
You are going to use the t shirt that fits as a guide to keep you from cutting too small.
Carefully match up the tops of the sleeves and the centerlines, keeping them individually folded and with the smaller one placed on top of the other.
Step 3: Cut Here
This is the fun part-
Start cutting the shirt in strips up to the point where the other shirt starts.
Feel free to change the width of the strips, keeping in mind that the thicker the strip, the larger might be the hole where you'll be knotting.
The pattern I used here makes for a "kimono" styled open armpit.
You might want to experiment.
Step 4: Knot the Strips
Start knotting each strand on both sides.
I opted to keep some untied for an easier fit.
It's done! Enjoy! ;)