How to Make a Good Cut-Off Shirt

 

Things You'll Need

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    T-shirt

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    Marker

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    Scissors

 

article-step-by-step-cme-photography.prod.demandstudios.com-3848e1f4-f3f5-47d7-b1f8-6fe9a8ed129cTurn your t-shirt inside-out and lay it on a clean, flat surface.


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 article-step-by-step-cme-photography.prod.demandstudios.com-0f707b6c-cbed-4449-92af-2a1ace4b779bUsing the marker, draw the line for the new armhole that you would like to have, starting approximately at the halfway point between the neck seam and the shoulder seam. Try to give the line a similar curve as the existing sleeve seam, but the line should be a little longer, depending on how big you want the
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
article-step-by-step-cme-photography.prod.demandstudios.com-94e72d61-cebf-4026-bd5f-164aa6e32255Using the scissors, cut along the line you marked.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
article-step-by-step-cme-photography.prod.demandstudios.com-a96b8bbd-5fbb-4d6b-9c6f-e0c8b46b6f7eFold the t-shirt in half, matching up either end of the neck seam.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
article-step-by-step-cme-photography.prod.demandstudios.com-6d58c3be-eeab-4eb5-ae0b-2ca6675e579bCut the other side of the t-shirt, using the first armhole you cut as a guide. You now have a new cut-off shirt.


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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