Despite the biasing, I absolutely adore this plaid. So my girls and I spent a lovely morning yesterday with Jen and her daughter. So, my only question is, how is the one scrap piece from the bottom of the shirt long enough to be the ties for the shirt itself? Learn More - opens in a new window or tab.
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See other items More Sign in to check out Check out as guest. The item you've selected was not added to your cart. Add to watch list Remove from watch list. Watch list is full. On or before Thu. Greenbrae, California, United States. United States and many other countries See details. This amount is subject to change until you make payment. Thanks for the idea! I was able to make one of my favorite Tshirts that I shrunk fit me again by doing this!
I let out my bottom seam and used my sleeves to make the rope at the top instead since I was worried about the shirt being too short. It looks and fits perfectly! Thanks for posting this! Took me 30min to do each I also sewed the arm hole hem and they are so much better looking on me now! One has one tie and the other has 2 ties. Thanks for the tutorial! Posting this kind of information is very useful for its reader, Now this is highly recommended post for River Sand , do something in future smiler with this.
Thanks for the tips.. Oh Angela, you are on a slippery downward slope! I would love to try this; however, I have never sewed anything before except a button back on a shirt.
Can you give me instructions on how to hand sew the tubes for the straps? My husband and son were skeptical at first and then impressed! Was sent from a relative some nice ones, but alas, too large across the shoulders, this is the answer to be able to wear them after re designing them. Now they will be wearable and not drawer bound.. Thank you for showing how it is done.
Sure wish I was that smart…………. This is so great!! My 12 year old daughter and I went to a thrift store and bought a bunch of cute T-shirts they sell for 99 cents each. We came home and made tank tops all weekend and now she has plans to make more and sell them because her friends are all asking her to make some for them! My husband has so many tshirts that he has worn to the point of holes all along the armpits and neckline.
I am in need of maternity sized tank tops…. I can use his old shirts that are normally huge on me, turn them into tank tops and have room for my giant belly!
Love love love this! I hate buying new clothes and having piles of unworn clothes around the closet but now I can keep my closet less full! I made two this morning and timed it — 20 minutes for one of them but that did include having to wind a bobbin in the middle. But I found this blog and voila!
Everything can stay now — just as a new shirt. I also think my daughter will enjoy making some and practicing her sewing. Thanks for the great idea!!
Can I still do this without one? I loved your tutorial! I found it on Pinterest, and it was the first thing I shared on my new blog! If you want to check it out, here is my link- I posted a picture of my daughter there. I turned a size 7 long-sleeved Wall-E shirt into a tank for her. I LOVE this tutorial! Yes, I have to agree with everyone else! As soon as my six year old daughter saw it she ran to her room and found a t-shirt and asked me to make one for her too!
D Looks like I will be making a few more! My coworker and I just did one as a practice and it turned out awesome!!! We live in Texas and its just too hot to wear tshirts! We are super excited about this!! Thank u so much for this!!! I discovered your blog via Pinterest and finally gave this a try last night. I used some scrap fabric for the straps for one of them but for the other ones I cut off the bottom hem of the shirt and turned it inside out.
This was soooo easy and my shirts look super cute! Thank You so much! I made one and put the results on my blog I linked back to you, of course! Check it out here:. FFC is similar to Craftgawker but it only features kid friendly tutorials.
Looking forward to seeing what fun crafts you submit! I just finished making this shirt and it is now a favorite. I did things a little differently. Instead of cutting the arms off, I seam ripped them off. Then, I seam ripped the stitching in the sleeve. Pinned the sleeves together and cut them evenly on both sides, using chalk as my guide.
Then I cut those pieces in half and cut another inch strip and cut that in half 6 pieces. I sewed 3 together and then the other 3 together. Threaded them through using a pin attached to the string fabric, one on each side. The middle piece is hidden and I tied both sides together. Thank you for your idea and your creativity!!!
Thank you for sharing! I just made two of these and it was so easy. My only problem is now that I have sown the neck line I have no idea how to threat the sleeves through.
My husband works in the oil industry. He is given many shirts with company logos. He gets two of each, one for him and one for me, the problems is that he wears a 3X. Now instead of the shirts collecting dust in the closet, or heading to the goodwill, I can enjoy them also. I left one long for sleeping and another for a swimsuit cover, the rest are perfect and much more flattering now. This will solve that problem and allow me to enjoy all my t-shirts.. Also, living in southern Alabama gets mighty hot so anything without sleeves is welcome!
I also want to try this on a color t-shirt with no graphic. Put a notch in the front center and tie there With a ribbon for a bow on the front. Maybe something a little nicer for when a graphic tee might not be appropriate?
There are so many possibilities with this idea. I plan on cutting up my surplus of tank tops to use as contrasting material to string through the neck! I just made two shirts and it was so easy! Good and simple instructions. I blogged about it, too: The bottom hem made a cute headband for her too.
It took no time at all and the bottom scrap made a cute headband. Pinned this ages ago and just made one! SO easy and cute. My mother and I made this shirt for me and wow!! I used a Aeropostale shirt that was a little bit long on me and the shirt turned out great!! We are going to make more of these shirts. We also sewed the original hem back on the bottom of the shirt, we were going to make a new hem but looking at the shirt and the type of material the shirt is made of it still would of rolled up so the original hem was the best option.
I did this and also made a band around the bottom to make it more of a blousy top. The tshirt I used was one size bigger than I normally get. Love this idea and tutorial! Your tees look so cute. These would be great to make for little girls as well. Thanks for posting this. How do I get the drawstring through the top? Very new to sewing…. Use a safety pin! Stick it through the end of your string and close it up.
The wider end of the safety pin goes in first and you just wiggle it through to the other side. So I was hunting pinterest trying to find creative ways to repurpose old t-shirts.
I made 2 this morning and hubby dug through all his old t-shirts and came with like 12 of them for me! I am so excited. I absolutely hate the round neck on t-shirts on me. I have a few that I love but never wear because of the necks….. I am in love with them all over again. Thank you so much for this great tutorial: I just made my first tshirt redo. I love it and it was so easy.
Thank you for the easy tutorial pictures. Turned out super cute! It is getting into summer here and trade-winds die down making it warmer. I love to wear cami type t-shirts but they make them too tight for my round body. This would be great to take some t-shirts that are just too warm and revamp them. Thanks for posting this tutorial. Delivery time is estimated using our proprietary method which is based on the buyer's proximity to the item location, the shipping service selected, the seller's shipping history, and other factors.
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