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No Sew, Tee Shirt- Tied Halter

No Sew, Tee Shirt- Tied Halter
Looking for a halter top for the beach or the hot summer days. Here is one you can make in minutes out of a tee-shirt, without any sewing. Tutorial Things you need. Tee-shirt ~ Mine is a medium mens~ChalkScissors Trace your lines with chalk and cut this is the back cut along the red lines Then tie the straps around your neck. The back You can modify any way you like. Tie the straps if you want a different look. Perfect for the beach, with jeans, a skirt. Have a super fantastic Sunday. Lots of <3. Anne Sailor Sam has been on Vacation the last two weeks. He will be back next Sunday to share with all of you.

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