How to make at shirt sleeveless

How to Make a Sleeveless T Shirt from an Unused T Shirt

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How to make at shirt sleeveless

When summer arrives, nothing beats a sleeveless T-shirt for comfort. Of course, you can rush to the shop and spend money on a sleeveless T-shirt, but why spend money on a sleeveless T-shirt when you can turn your standard T-shirt sleeveless in a matter of minutes? Here’s how to go about it.

Steps

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Find the ideal T-shirt.

1. Find the ideal T-shirt. Take out your favorite T-shirts and determine which ones you want to be sleeveless. Try them on to discover which one looks best on you.

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Try out the look.

2. Try out the look. To determine whether it looks fine as a sleeveless T-shirt, roll up the sleeves as high as you can or tuck them into the shirt along the seam.

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Decide how you want to chop it.

3. Decide how you want to chop it. There are two options: keep the seam between the sleeve and the shirt or cut it away.

  • Leaving the seam intact prevents the completed T-shirt from unraveling and appearing shabby. It will also result in a smaller armhole. This is an excellent method for a baggy T-shirt.
  • Cutting off the seam with the sleeve creates a more casual style that is also more comfortable due to the wider opening.
  • Modify your cut if the armhole is going to be too deep. Instead of following the seam all the way around the sleeve, angle out toward the bottom of the sleeve approximately 2/3 of the way down. When you reach the sleeve’s bottom seam, reverse the angle and cut back in towards the shirt seam, leaving a shirtsleeve triangle at the bottom of the hole. Trim it to size.
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Arrange the T-shirt on a clean, level surface.

4. Arrange the T-shirt on a clean, level surface. Mark where you’re going to snip the seam using chalk if you’re doing it with the sleeve. If you want to maintain the seam, insert your scissors approximately 1/8 inch (3mm) into the sleeve from the seam.

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Cut around the sleeve with care.

5. Cut around the sleeve with care. If you want to maintain the seam, keep the cut close to it, approximately 1/8 inch (3mm) all around. If you cut too near to the seam, it will unravel after a number of washes.

  • If you’re cutting out the seam, make sure to follow your chalk lines and cut as smoothly as possible to avoid a jagged appearance.
  • Rep with the other sleeve.
  • Keep the sleeves in a safe place for future projects.
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When you’re finished, you may hem the edges if you like, or leave them raw.

6. When you’re finished, you may hem the edges if you like, or leave them raw. They will curl and soften with wear, allowing you to stay cool all summer!

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Finished.

7. Finished.

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