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« on: July 25, 2010 08:12:39 AM »

This is my second posting for t-shirt surgery, so if you're looking for ideas, check out my first post.


Burning Moon band baby doll shirt, weave on back, slashes over back shoulders, ties on sleeves, slashes on front and tied to sides of chest (women's small) This was one of the good cotton shirts, like a regular men's tee.








Halter beach cover-up, sewn at neck and back to make ruffles (previously men's humongous)








Halter top, large ties in back, thin straps sewn to sides as neck straps (prev men's large)






I cut this dress in half to make a apron, cut the bottom hem on a slant and added a ruffled black skirt made from a t-shirt I had kickin around.



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« Reply #1 on: July 28, 2010 08:39:48 AM »

Wow!

How do you do the back on the first one?Huh
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