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How to make a stiff t-shirt look and feel vintage - will shrink, so buy large: Wash 3-5 times in hot water with 1/4 c sodium carbonate washing soda & 2 c salt (use smaller batch after first wash & do not added directly onto shirt). Dry on high heat after each wash. Using fine-grit sandpaper, lightly swipe over logo in circular but irregular strokes.
Worth a try...
Purchase a pack of white tees (the more tees, the more ruffles you can create). Cut off a few inches from the bottom hem. The wider the panel, the larger the ruffle. Cut off one sleeve with sharp fabric scissors for the asymmetrical neck. Scrunch, pin, and sew to the diagonal neckline. If your tee is too loose around the underarm, add a few stitches or pin it to achieve the perfect fit!
Baby shower game prizes. I saw this great idea on etsy for the shirt sleeve wrapping and got to work with some of my hubby's old shirts and some recycled wine bottles. I made some with candy and some with bottles of wine. Next time I'll pick up some small shirts from savers for a snugger fit & try the sweaters sleeves I've seen as well. They would be great for gifting men and holiday liqueurs