Added Apr 25, 2010
I stole this idea from member Learoxursox, in Australia. I saw her shirt and loved it so much I had to try it myself!
The tank top is just a plain gray one from Target, and then I sewed a bunch of random scraps I had onto it, with a zigzag stitch. It went pretty fast, but it was a bit of a challenge sewing non-stretch fabric onto a stretchy shirt. I’m pretty happy with the end result, though.
Lots of different ones. I tried to play with some different textures, and I think it turned out really well.
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