I should have posted this a while ago, because this shirt has been on heavy rotation this summer! I absolutely love wearing it. It was cute as is, but I modified it with a cutout to add a personal touch. I just have to remember when wearing it to load up on sunblock. We wouldn't want a trapezoid tan line, now would we? Keep reading for how I made it.
Tools and Materials:
Shirt (mine's from Old Navy, now only $8!)
Straight pins, needle and thread or fusible webbing/hem tape
1. Use chalk to draw an evenly place shape on your shirt back.
2. Cut an X inside the shape.
3. Trim down the fabric inside the shape to create raw edges that can be hemmed and folded over.
4. Iron the edges, then pin and sew in place or use the fusible webbing.