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Old Mens T-shirt Sewn Into Women's Dolman Tee

Old Mens T-shirt Sewn Into Women's Dolman Tee
Supplies: Husband's old t-shirt My husband is a runner so he has/gets about a million gazillion t-shirts. I love grey and wanted to make it into my favorite style tee. I love the comfortable, effortless style of the dolman tee... Everything that went into this...It took me about 15 minutes or so. I played around with seams to get the fit right.

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