Aug 1, 2011

DIY Copycat Anthro T-Shirt Tutorial

 I found this turquoise t-shirt at Anthropologie for ten bucks a while back and I loved the way it fit so I decided to make another one with a different fabric. This was so so easy and now I have another breezy summer t-shirt for the crazy heat!
1. Grab your favorite t-shirt and cut out 2 pieces of fabric in the shape of your shirt.
2. Put the two pieces of fabric right sides together and sew along the dotted lines (use a zig zag stitch).
3.Finish the edges with a zig zag stitch.
4. Wear it!

P.S. One of my very favorite sewers had me over at her blog this week. Check out my post here on what being a woman means to me.

14 comments :

  1. looks awesome! I never would have guess you made that!

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  2. wow i love it! looks great!!
    http://sienastyle.blogspot.com/

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  3. wow! The shirt turned out great! I wish I had sewing skills, but sadly I don't. :)

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  4. Amazing, my mom's sewing machine is faulty, wish I could make something. For now I'm looking for a second hand machine to buy.

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  5. This is so awesome! I am so making one of these...as soon as I take in my pants!

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  6. I love it..I have a feeling mine would not be that cute if I tried..lol

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  7. Cuteness! I love it. I can't wait to get my hands on some cute fabrics and sew again!

    xoxo

    Ana Paula - Pretty in Polka Dots

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  8. I love that you used stripes! Breezy shirts are a must for the summer heat.

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  9. Wow, you are so artistic.. I hope I could also do this kind of stuffs..

    Keep it up!
    Archiex @ Fashion for women

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  10. This is adorable, I love the stripes/boat shoes combo. One of my faves! Xo, Katie

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  11. this is super!! i'm definitely going to try this one out :) xx

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  12. ooo great job!!! soo cute :) I had jsut picked up some striped knit and wasnt sure waht to make of it!!! Now i have an idea! THanks again!

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