DIY. Crochet Trim Seam
I came up with this idea to make tight shirts wearable again. I had so many cool t-shirts yet most of them were purchased when it was trendy to have them nice and snug. I love how this turned out and did with with fringe here as well. Supplies: Brother Sewing Machine XR3774 2-3 yards of 4-6" width crochet or lace trim t-shirt or sleeveless top DIY Tutorial: Cut the side seams and if there is sleeves cut them off as well. Place the trim right sides together starting at the bottom hem and…
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