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1  Help with a recon! in Clothing: Discussion and Questions by cassandra on: May 29, 2010 08:21:43 PM
I'm just about done with this shirt except one problem...which could be fatal for the shirt since it's already tighter than I was planning on...But I guess I can show a few rolls...lol

I started with this shirt...

And cut it and sewed it up the sides then added some stretch lace to make it a halter top...

Problem is this: Since the tutorial I was using suggested cutting the shirt out in kind of an hour glass shape I did...and I think that is what gave me THIS problem

See how that has a weird pooch out place there? Arg!  And I didnt really think it would look that bad being tight as I usually don't mind but seeing this pic makes me notice all of those rolls!  I'm not as tiny as I used to be!

I was planning on wearing this to a DEFTONES concert tomorrow night but looks like I may have botched this, any ideas on what to do to make this shirt better?  Thanks...Oh and sorry about the pics, Im the only one here so can't get help taking the pics and it's night so not good lighting!
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