Hi my lovelies! I have a little tee refashion for you today. Been a while, huh? Nothing elaborate or super hard, pretty straight forward and could probably be done no-sew with some liquid-seam. I think it would be particularly cute for a little girl, but also for a mommy, such as moi. Cause I don't have a little girl, so yeah.
Anyway, wanna see?
(First I gotta warn you. I live in Canada. In Canada Winter is about to hit at any moment, really. What does that mean for you? Horrible picture weather is what. So pls, forgive the picture quality for this post and tute and all the following to come until about April. Thanks a bunches!)
Today we're going use a too small boys tee to make this:
Seriously guys, how much do you love that before pic? Don't I look HOT? I can barely decide what's cuter, my rat's nest hair or my crazy tight spanx! LOL! And ewwwww, I HATE this pic....but, hey, that's why it's called a BEFORE picture, right? :)
Okay so get ready and grab what you need!
YOU WILL NEED:
- A boy's/men's tee that fits just a bit too snug (try a large in boys or a small in men's)
- Some lace, I would say about a yard
- Liguid-Seam if you don't wanna sew
- Sewing machine
HERE WE GO!
Take the top and try it on and see about where you want your new neckline to hit. I wanted to get rid of the stain. See the arrow.
I forgot to take pics of the next two steps, but I'll do my best to explain.
1. I then put the tee back on INSIDE OUT. I used the same method used HERE to take the side in a tiny bit. I wanted a more feminine shape. Click on the link for a full picture tutorial.
2. Next I add lace to the bottom of the tee. I kept the tee turn inside out and took my lace and pinned in to the very bottom hem of the tee. I did this ALL the way around. I then sewed it along the factory made hem lines. After sewing turn, right side out again.
This is what you'll get:
And that's it! SO easy, you could probably have your daughter help you!
Here are some more views:
Oh the grainy-ness!
It was SO simple to do, took less than 30 minutes and now I have a super cute top that is casual enough to wear with jeans, but special enough to look nicer than a plain ol' tee.
I kinna love it :) And, is it just me, but would this not be a cute Christmas gift? Easy, thrifty AND homemade! (well, sorta...meh...good enough!)
And just for fun, a before and after:
Now there's no reason to get turned off by those too small tees with those horrible choker like collar! Just grab your scissors and you're set!
And yes, you guys, I know it's really simple, and I almost felt bad posting this tute! I did! I felt like I'm insulting you guys! But I hope you enjoyed it and that at least one person found it a midge helpful :)
Thanks again for reading and as always, if you have any questions, please feel free to ask them in the comments! (If you post under Anonymous, pls leave an email so I can actually respond!)
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