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made four of these this week. LOVE them, best tutorial for repurposing tshirts into racerbacks that i have tried. I also used colors from different shirts to tie on the back and add a little pop of a different color.

made four of these this week. LOVE them, best tutorial for repurposing tshirts into racerbacks that i have tried. I also used colors from different shirts to tie on the back and add a little pop of a different color.

How to Make a Racerback Tank Top from a T-Shirt with Cutting and no Sewing

How to Cut a T-Shirt into a Racerback Tank Top (No Sew)

DIY tshirt tank top for all those old band/comic tees!  made these today!! we were bored! They came out good!!

DIY Workout Shirt

DIY tshirt tank top for all those old band/comic tees! made these today!! we were bored! They came out good!!

HOW TO TURN A TIGHT SHIRT INTO A LOOSE ONE: via trashtocouture.com  Measure the trim (you will do front to back).  Cut side seams and sleeves off if you use a t-shirt. Sew front to back right sides together. Lay out and pin where you want the armhole to go. Top stitch new side seam leaving armhole open. FULL PICS: see link

HOW TO TURN A TIGHT SHIRT INTO A LOOSE ONE: via trashtocouture.com Measure the trim (you will do front to back). Cut side seams and sleeves off if you use a t-shirt. Sew front to back right sides together. Lay out and pin where you want the armhole to go. Top stitch new side seam leaving armhole open. FULL PICS: see link

Tye-Dye SplashInstead of doing tyedye patterns, try splashing the colors with thick brushes instead. Get a long tank top or dress and splash the colors on it starting with the darker colors. Start at the top and work your way down. For a more gradient look, splash less and less as you go down.  -diyhoard

Tye-Dye SplashInstead of doing tyedye patterns, try splashing the colors with thick brushes instead. Get a long tank top or dress and splash the colors on it starting with the darker colors. Start at the top and work your way down. For a more gradient look, splash less and less as you go down. -diyhoard

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