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  • Lauren Roitman

    Great idea!! No sew DIY large tshirt to a fitted tee!! Doing this!!

  • L Bourne-Green

    Large t-shirt to a fitted tee. No sewing needed (but if you can sew, it might be faster). How to make a manly shirt less manly. :) Re-make men's shirts that are long enough into maternity shirts for leggings that are fitted for that last 3 weeks I got 3 feet straight out

  • Christine Jackson

    Slimming down big t shirts - no sewing

  • Melissa Topola

    DIY. Large t shirt into fitted tee with no sewing

  • Cecelia Moreno

    Directions for making a large t-shirt into a fitted tee. No sewing needed. #Cut #Tied #Tshirt #DIY #Clothes

  • Robin Young

    Cute idea Directions for making a large t-shirt into a fitted tee. No sewing needed. How to make a manly shirt less manly.

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