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How to make large t-shirts look girly and fitted. Personal Note: Should I do this with any of my oversized shirts, I'll probably just go with sewing rather than cutting tabs and double-knotting. It'll both save time and hold up better under wear.
Great for summer. The T-shirt you start with has to fit pretty well or this won't work! For bonus points, I used the T sleeve that I cut off to extend the ruffle so it was on front and back - this tutorial only shows you how to put it on the front.
DIY Rocker Shirt with Ribbon Tie Detail | Community Post: 29 Ways To Makeover A Boxy Men's T-Shirt
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!