1. make a small shirt bigger, 2. make a big shirt smaller, 3. get rid of unsightly evidence of perspiration, 4. use tapered fabric inserts to make the bottom part of the shirt bigger to compensate for baby bump (either before or after baby)
Bow Sleeve T-Shirt - Speaking of shoulder details, how 'bout this t-shirt remake by Sew, What's New? user Ruby Murray? The shirt originally had long sleeves, which she cut off and used to make the bow embellishments. She even uses the cut-off seams to create additional detailing around the neckline, so not even the smallest scrap of fabric goes to waste in this project!