It seems like, (maybe it's just me) that the guys have better deals and finds on cool shirts. If I want a girl fitted version of the same shirt, I have to shell out an extra 10-15 dollars?!!!
So if I find a guys shirt I like, then I'll make my own curvy version at a cheaper price. --I just have to invest a little "sew" time.
This one is my first reconstructed add curves shirt.
Here is a cool guys shirt, all square and no curves.
Turn it inside out.
I went a head and laid the other template from the other shirt on and traced it with a regular art "white" charcoal pencil, since I'm sewing on a black shirt.
Next cut. (I did cut on the line, b/c when I traced the template I gave my self a little space to get a good mark on the black shirt.
Now I use the scraps as a template for future shirts, on how much to cut.