I am over at This Creative Life with a “What I Wore” guest post. Can you guess where my dress is from? 😉
Last week I attempted a Shirt Knotting DIY. I recently tried the twisted knot version and liked it so much more, I thought I’d share. 🙂
You can find the finish-off process in my last DIY.
Center the knots and then stretch the T-shirt. And then center the knots again. 🙂
I have a problem with lining up my cuts- oops! I suppose drawing the lines in advance might help. 🙂
Maybe next time!
[Skip to 6:45 in this video if you need more visuals.]
Good luck! And don’t forget to check out that guest post. 🙂
Oooo… this knotting looks SO cool!
isn't it way cooler? glad i tried it out!
I find it's easiest to fold the back of the shirt in half and cut it that way. Love your blog, by the way! Long time reader, first time commenter 😀
thank you! i never thought of folding it…derr! haha 😀
I really like the refashion idea, and I have a shirt I want to try it out with! I have a weird question, though, so I hope it makes sense. The shirt I want to try it with is a gender-neutral (re: utterly shapeless) shirt, so I'm wondering if I can use the length of the cuts to determine where it will pull tighter? Like, to create an hourglass-styled shape, should I do long cuts on the top and bottom and shallower cuts in the middle, or the other way around? Thanks so much!
that's a really good idea! i googled it and found this video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nwAa3yLy5Jo
i think i will try that soon!
Nice look! I can't climb trees to savve my life lol
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I love this knotted one too.
i am impressed! looks hard!
Very cool, love it!
It took me a minure to figure out what you did there with the loops. Nice! This might look cool for a toddler beach cover up…
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