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WobiSobi: No Sew, Tee-Shirt Halter #3, DIY

WobiSobi: No Sew, Tee-Shirt Halter #3, DIY
I have the exciting opportunity to head to the beach for a couple of days, to relax and soak up a little of that beautiful Florida sunshine. I wanted to do one more halter top to take to wear with my jeans and this is what I came up with. It can be changed in so many ways let's just say this is a 3 in one shirt. It seems like I am packing all of my DIY tops and dresses to wear. Tutorial Things You Need. Tee-Shirt~ mine is a mens mediumScissorsChalk Front Cut where the red lines are. The back cut the red lines Back Cut down the middle of the back cut out.. Front after cutting NOTE* you cut one continuous line from the front to the back. Back After cutting now tie the front wrap around your neck and tie to the two straps in the back. If you want to trim off the excess off the straps. I am leaving mine so I can play and change it up some more.. or tie them into a bow. Happy Monday. Lots of <3,

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