DIY tutorial. Cu Cut 2 T's, switch the bottoms and sew them together. Great idea. I think I will change the neck line on one of them.
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Tutorial | Embelled Ruffled Tee » It requires two shirts, one that is cut up to make the ruffles and a second that they are sewn to. It looks cute by itself and would also look great as a layering piece. Pop it on under a blazer for a great "business casual" look, or under a hooded sweatshirt for a young, whimsical outfit.
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Lined Paper Tee
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To make a grid-like pattern, fold the shirt like an accordion and bind it between two pieces of wood or other flat shaped objects. Hold the shirt in place by wrapping a series of rubber bands around the bind. Anything used to bind the clothing will prevent the bleach from penetrating, and the rest of the exposed fabric will bleach and turn color.
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NO SEW T-SHIRT RECONSTRUCTION
Large T-shirt to fitted (no-sew)
DIY - Ready Beach Tote | Tiny Sparkly Things
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DIY T-shirt bag. I made one myself out of a white T-shirt (new) & then dyed it an ombre light pink & blue and it was gorgeous. Cost $5 to make. Be frugal with your dye. No need to use all of it. I used Rit dye and even though instructions say to use hot water & the whole packet of dye, I used 1/4 of the packet and didn't need hot water (lukewarm is perfectly fine).
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