Tutorial: Off the Shoulder T-Shirt Surgery9:00 am
Smoothtrooper lovers yo mammas flap-jacks!
Fold the tee in half
Pin the t-shirt pattern over it. Cut it out.
Cut the top of the shirt off. I cut it down about an inch and a half from the neck and across in a straight line so it hits the armhole about half way.
Pin the sleeve patterns to the existing sleeves and cut. I just use the existing hem for most of my sleeves. In oversize shirts it makes them hit me just above the elbow which is a length I love! Cut out.
Fold the sleeves in half so the right sides are together. Stitch up the side seam of both of the sleeves.
Stitch up the side seams of the t-shirt body up the armpits.
Place the seam of the sleeve on the side seam of the shirt
Pin the sleeve to the armhole of the shirt.
It should look like this :P
Now cut of the excess of the sleeves
Measure across the top of your shirt, front and back.
Fold the band in half lengthways and pin the open ends to the top of the shirt like this -
Flip it right side out and HURRAH. Finito!
Seriously how easy was that?