Knotty T-Shirt

Added Mar 30, 2008

by blueyedqt

Las Vegas, Nevad...

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Description

Recycling a too big t-shirt into something cuter :D The first picture is the after pic, and the second is what it looked like before I attacked the shirt with my scissors.

I started by cutting two inch cuts into the side of the t-shirt about 1 inch apart all the way up the side and then slicing down the inseam. Then, I just tied the open flaps together into knots, and repeated the whole process on the other side. Super simple and fun! I also cut off the neck and sleeves and repeated the knots on shoulder seams.

Material Notes

XL t-shirt, scissors

Difficulty

Novice

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    Oct 8, 2008, 06.23 PMby col2326

    What a creative idea! So cute!

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    Jul 24, 2008, 02.07 AMby olyaboieru

    I like your modification. I would never think that such an ordinary T-shirt will look so cool! :) Very interesting! Well done!!

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    Apr 2, 2008, 12.23 PMby blueyedqt

    I just posted two new pics, and I hope that you may be able to see more detail now :D.

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    Mar 31, 2008, 01.36 PMby joqueenbee

    Wow – what a great idea. You did a brilliant job. Very inspiring indeed. Agree with Citron, would be nice to see a more detailed photo. Then we can steal your idea!

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    Mar 30, 2008, 06.04 PMby citron

    That looks great. I’d love to see a more detailed photo of the sides. Did you just re-sew the seam and then cut it in small sections within the inseam?

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    Mar 30, 2008, 03.28 PMby polychromatin

    Really cool transformation :)

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