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Cheekz
« on: May 01, 2012 08:01:12 PM »

I finally did it. I finally did a t-shirt recon that I saw on ThreadBanger. I usually don't do t-shirt recons because I am just not a big fan on how they look but then I saw the Part One of Corinne's (of threadbanger) Music Festival t-shirt series and I HAD to make it. if you have not seen it...here's the link...

GO NOW!

For all those who have seen it...here are my results...I did it on a Elmo shirt that was on sale for $2 at my local Mejier....





Who says BBW's can't show just a little midriff... :3

Pssst....I didn't use a sewing machine...I hand stitched the arm bands and used this stuff called Stitch Witchery to do all my rough cut seams..

Thanks for reading. Muah! Wink
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Ariethine
« Reply #1 on: May 01, 2012 08:20:45 PM »

Very cool. Smiley Threadbanger is awesome. I don't have enough motivation to do any of their recons, even though I've wanted EVERY SINGLE ONE. The sleeves are awesome, and I applaud your handsewing! XD
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