bathing suit cover

Added Apr 18, 2008

by evisann

Nipomo, Californ...

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This top is a reconstructed baggy t-shirt that was given to me as a gift from some Harley-loving folks. It comes from the Hollister, CA Harley run. I cut triangles out over the top half of the shirt, attached them behind the neck to create a halter, and added elastinc around the empire waist to make the top more form fitting. I then added bias tape around to triangles for a more finished look. It would be a great bathing suit cover!

Material Notes

cotton t-shirt

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    Jul 13, 2008, 01.50 PMby fiogob

    Great idea. So much more flattering than a baggy T.

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    Jul 9, 2008, 08.37 AMby s3xiigurrl

    wow thats amazing no lie! is there anyway i could get a tutorial on that(step by step) im new at this nd i think its soooo cool! thnx so much!

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    Apr 18, 2008, 11.39 PMby emilykate

    This is so great!

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    Apr 18, 2008, 07.27 PMby surfingonalemon

    Great idea! I have tons of baggy band shirts and I’ve been looking for ideas to make them more likely to be worn.

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