Now that you’ve learned the simple-cut you’re ready to get a little more daring with the shears (and your shirts).
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1. Make sure you use super sharp scissors. Sharp scissors make smooth effortless cuts.
2. Once you try on the shirt, you can make adjustments to the style and fit. For instance, if one section droops more than others, you can cut the knot and then retie it into a better shape.
3. The first few ties closest to the neck of the shirt usually need to be tighter, or closer together, than the middle and bottom sections of the t-shirt.
4. Cutting and retying your t-shirt with this style is a great way of making a huge shirt more slim fitting. To do this, just make wider lines across the back and tie the strands closer together.
5. To make a tight shirt looser, tie the strands together near the tips of the fabric, leaving less excess to cut off.
Have fun and play around with different different sized shirts and vary the width and length of the strips to create an effect all your own.blog comments powered by Disqus