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Topic: sleeveless yet nt sleeveless tee with skirt  (Read 6428 times)
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amberiq
« on: June 28, 2005 01:01:33 AM »


the original tee..

after...
details of the sides
the sleeveless part
the skirt
paired.. with a halter or tube inside..
  details of the skirt
 
ok, well this is my first attempt at reconstructing stuff.. i apologise for the low quality photos  Sad i was inspired by all those nice yet expensive clothes the teens in my country wear. since i didnt  want to spend $40 on a skirt and $50 or a shirt, i made these!
the shirt was free (i went to the thrift store to buy some other stuf like the bias tape and saw this shirt.. the person gave it to me for free since there was no pricetag..Tongue) but too big at first so i cut it up and took away 1 sleeve and added bias tape( is it called like this?) to the ends of the collar and sleeve area..behind the shirt is the logo of a radio station i think someone gt it then discarded it at the salvation army..
the skirt was made from a pair of too large pants i found lying around in my house.
so the total cost: $0.70 for the bias tape

 Hooray! any questions? i hope im nt too late.. Embarrassed
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andi_sunrider
« Reply #1 on: June 28, 2005 02:47:03 AM »

I love the shirt, especially! Your reconstruction totally matches the style of the shirt, too -- i like effect/contrast of the bias tape!
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« Reply #2 on: June 28, 2005 06:52:14 PM »

what a neat idea!! You did such a good job! I really like it
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