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  • Charissa Alette

    DIY Macramé Tank Top. Thinking about doing this with a big oversized T-shirt and making it into a cover up for the beach... or a textured layering tank idea

  • Caylee Christo

    Diy shirt - macrame tank top

  • abby Glenn

    knotted t shirt design. I would pick a very over large shirt for this one so that it would hang alot lower and wear a tank top under :)

  • kailyn 💕

    DIY Macramé Tank Top. This is a good idea for a swim coverup or some sort of over-shirt

  • axparis

    DIY Macram Tank Top. Thinking about doing this with a big oversized T-shirt and making it into a cover up for the beach #women #fashion #clothes #heels #dresses #shoes #makeup #nails

  • Eye for Fashion, Terry Standish

    DIY macrame top. This is a fun and creative way to repurpose a shirt with a spot or a shirt that was too long or too big. Wear as a bathing suit cover up or layer over a tank top. Fun either way and looks like a lot of fun to do!

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