|No matter what the result. Or lack there of.|
|I heard lens flare is a cool effect.|
|If I knew about this years ago, life probably would have gone in a different direction|
Old (or new) tshirt
..... and that's about it.
Tshirts are great for modification because if you cut them just right, your seams are taken care of. This prevents unraveling. We're going to turn the sleeve holes into the handles for our bag, so we'll start the cutting journey there. Remove the sleeves avoiding cutting through the seam holding them to the tshirt proper. Leave the seams on the shirt for some extra reinforcement.
|Doesn't have to be perfect, that's why the seam is there|
Flip the shirt inside out and sew he bottom closed. Sew as close as you can get to the hem. Fold the squares along the diagonal so the bottom seam is in the center of the diagonal. Sew straight across the hole. I left about a presser foot distance away from the edge of the fabric. Repeat on the other side.
|& sometimes you still take shitty pictures|
On the top of the shirt, make a small snip 3 inches from the edge of the sleeve holes.
Cut a wide sweeping arc from one snip mark to the other. On the back, make sure you don't cut into the design.
On the front, cut a deeper arc from one snip mark to the other. This can be as deep as you deem necessary; don't go more than about 5-6" down from the "top edge" of the shirt.
Leave the edge raw, and fill up with groceries to make what's currently flagged in your cookbook/Pinterest boards!