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Tuesday, June 25, 2013

MADE: SHEER

Because the internet needs one more T-Shirt refashion....
SUPPLIES:
T-shirt, half yard organza, and Mr. T to style the hell out of you. 
Left to Right.
1. Cut the sleeves off. 
2. Open up the bottom seam and use the sleeve as a pattern. Trace on craft paper leaving a seam allowance. Add a one inch flared section at the bottom. 
3. Cut out the sleeve on the selvage edge of the organza. 
4. Fold up the edge and stitch it down. 
5. Fold the sleeve in half, stitch the seam and turn the sleeve right side out. 
6. Turn the T-shirt inside out and insert the sleeve (thats turned right side out) pin and stitch to the shirt. 
Thanks for the photos Geof
**I know it looks like a bathroom wall? It is in fact the outside of a movie theater. 
We took these last week when we saw The Heat, its hilarious. 
Sorry about the poor location choice though. 


7 comments:

  1. I cant make one of these! Cant I just buy one from you? I want one!

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    1. HAHA! I'm working on putting up a studs and buttonholes shop section.

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  2. Such a cool blog!! just discovered you on Craftgawker!!! I'm a fan!!!!

    a n n a · e v e r s
    planb.annaevers.com

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    1. AND I JUST REALIZED. I have long loved your blog!

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  3. I LOVE THIS DIY..Now to see if I can translate it for real. I will keep you updated..

    I've been trying to look for a sheer sleeved shirt but it has been hopeless to find in my size. So I'm leaning to making it. Thanks for sharing this!!
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