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« on: October 06, 2008 11:44:27 AM »

So, I got both of these shirts from jobs. One was from a restaurant and the other my internship and underground inc. I personally do not wear cigarette or alcohol logos (or any other logos if I can help it really) and the pigface (good "band" check it out) one was a youth size medium. I don't know what in me thought it would fit. It kind of did, but the head and arm holes were a bit much. So I cut them up


I cut the smirnoff shirt into strips and made it into "yarn" then crocheted around the edge of the "tube top" I made by cutting off the top of the pigface shirt. I think I kind of went around the sleeves too, making it a little rounded under the arm holes...I don't remember. Then I made the straps by braiding some thicker strips together.

I got the idea from threadbanger I think...there was some one on there that did crochet into shirts ( more lace like though) on an interview on one of their videos.

Well...work breaks over...no time to spell check so no laughing...gotta run...let me know what you think.

« Last Edit: October 06, 2008 03:13:09 PM by evilsarah - Reason: excuse the huge glob of bathroom crud on the mirror » THIS ROCKS   Logged

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« Reply #1 on: October 06, 2008 03:45:50 PM »

This is super cool!  I mean it! I love the way you turned a useless shirt into somethign you could use. The straps rock! I have no idea who the band is but you made a shirt that is way better than what they came up with.  Smiley
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