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Cool DIY Shirts

Cool DIY Shirts

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4th of July Shirts {How to make FIRECRACKER T-Shirts}

31 T-Shirt DIYs That Are Perfect For Summer. Some of these are so cute! #DIY

31 T-Shirt DIYs That Are Perfect For Summer

Awesome video tute for tshirt cutting and weaving.

How to cut your tshirt like a pro... tutorial that will hopefully help me learn this awesome technique

T-Shirt DIY idea: Cut a circle in the back of an old shirt just under the neck line. Cut out 4 strips and sew onto sides inter twinning them as shown above!

DIY: Criss Cross Crochet T-shirt {pattern}

crochet detail on t-shirt restyle great way to make a shirt just a little but smaller around the waist, or where you need it.

How to 'braid' the collar of a plain tee - almost no sewing

Large t-shirt to a fitted tee. No sewing needed. How to make a manly shirt less manly.


DIY: Criss Cross Crochet T-shirt {pattern}

Cut out design, dab bleach on edges of cuts with Q-tip, and stitch to another shirt. it sure is cool!

Lots of cool DIY cutout t-shirts

No Sew, One Shoulder Shirt. DIY

DIY Swimsuit Cover-up

DIY; Ripped Back Tee Shirt, Polyvore What you need; plain oversized t-shirt+scissors+design. How to; (based off the picture) 1. Get your scissors and start from the back of the sew line of the sleeve. Get the scissors and cut long strips to the middle. 2. Stop once you get to the middle. 3. Repeat all along the side, and the other side. 4. Cut a big chunk off, make a vneck , but veryyy big. This will make the diamond shape. 5. At the bottom, cut a very small vshape. done.

Aspen Aura Blouse

how appropriate

Upcycle an old tee to this

Shirt tutorial

How to Transform a Basic Black Tank

Easy (no sewing required!) banana republic inspired braided tee shirt neckline redo DIY

Easy refashion of a t-shirt. YAY

DIY : Heart Print Shorts Do It Yourself:- Make a heart stencil out of cardboard. Put some beach in a spray bottle and stencil bleach hearts wherever you want them! - Wait a few minutes (or blast them with a hairdryer if you’re impatient)- Dip a paintbrush in bleach and fill in any spots the stencil missed (Tips: find a well-ventilated area + wear rubber gloves)

tie dye shirt