DIY Bib Shirt


Oh my gosh, I am actually showing my tummy. hahaha. But I don't go out with a super cropped top even if the Philippines is scorching hot. But I do when we go to resorts with pools. heh~ I also wear it like in the first photo when I practice ballet or do warm-ups here at home when I am all alone. hihi. But on a regular basis, I wore this no-sew DIY top with a fitted tank top underneath.


So, here I am again sharing another no-sew DIY Top, or more like, a DIY in particular (sorry dreamers), after so many centuries! This is really easy and fast to do so if you have a cotton shirt that's been lying around in your wardrobe and has been accumulating dust for the longest time now, why don't you try this DIY?
WHAT YOU NEED:
** Cotton shirt
** Scissors

HOW TO MAKE:


1. To make this no-sew DIY bib shirt, you first have to wear the cotton shirt then mark how long you want it to be. Mine is about 2 inches above my belly button. Then lay the shirt down on the table.


2. Using your scissors, cut it in a curve-like manner. Do not cut the shirt in a straight line.


3. Next, stretch it! This is my favorite part ever.



4. Cut the sleeves. 
When you cut the other side of the sleeves, what you can do is fold the shirt in half then trace and cut the first sleeve that you did. Then stretch!



5. Lastly, do this. Cut the top part of the shirt, the part where you insert your head. haha. (sorry, I don't know how to explain this so please rely on the photo).


This no-sew DIY shirt is very easy to do, but please make sure that you will revamp your old cotton shirt as they can be cut without being sewn and destroyed. When you make this, please do share your finished product to me so I can share it here on my blog. :") Have a great week dolls!~



RaeAbigael

Rae Abigael J. Caacbay is a young creative who went through a quarter life crisis by the end of 2016. Though she's still lost, she keeps on moving forward anyway as a ballerina, visual artist, lifestyle blogger, and a BS Interior Design graduate based in the Philippines.

10 comments:

  1. lovely DIY, I often do things like this myself!

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  2. Great blog ! :) Perfect look :)
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  3. Ciekawy efekt końcowy!

    W wolnej chwili zapraszam na nowy post:
    http://alanja.blogspot.com/2014/04/eski-floreskiw-kawowej-wersji.html

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  4. You made such a cute crop top
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  5. cute top :)

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  6. That's so cool! Thanks for sharing :)
    xx
    www.myrunwayfashionworld.blogspot.com

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  7. wow rae! this is a nice post! thanks for sharing :) ang flat ng tummy!

    The Budget Fashion Seeker

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  8. This is so cool!
    New post on my blog, let me know what you think :)
    XOXO
    Ylenia

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  9. will definitely try that one :)

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