DIY No sew remodel T-shirt halter
Summer is close. It’s time for new trendy clothes and our 96th DIY project. There isn’t a woman who wouldn’t want to have new clothes that cost nothing. It’s a dream come true for those who are addicted to clothes and fashion. Have you ever though how can you use clothes you no longer wear? Why spend money on clothes, when you can make it yourself. There are many creative and fashionable clothes that you can wear made by you. Believe it or not, in an hour you will have a new amazing shirt. If you are one of those who want to step out of the crowd, we have a new DIY No sew remodel T-shirt halter tutorial for you. A unique piece of cloth is always a winning combination. What you need is an large t-shirt. It all depends on how tall you are. You can buy a new one, which probably costs nothing. Or, you can get one from your father, brother or your partner.
For this DIY No sew remodel T-shirt halter you will need a large T-shirt, scissors, a pen to mark where you need to cut or a chalk.
Step 1 – Things you need
T-shirt – male size
Things you need
Step 2 – mark the place where you need to cut the T-shirt.
Below is a photo of front and back of how it should look like and where you need to cut.
Front and back
After cutting both sides, there is another cut you need to do on both sides. You cut the middles of both sides.
Back – final cut
Front – final cut
NOTE* You cut one continuous line from the front to the back.
After cutting the middles your new t-shirt should look like the photo below.
Both sides after cutting
Step 3 – tie the front wrap around your neck and tie to the two straps in the back.
After you tie the straps, it should look like this.
Tie the straps of both sides
When you dress on your new shirt it should look like this.
The final result
In only 3 steps you have a completely new shirt using this DIY No sew remodel T-shirt halter tutorial. If you are getting confused in the steps here is a video of how it is made.
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