Refashioning a T-Shirt with Bows Cut Out From the Back

This week, we have a very quick refashion — you make this shirt in less than 5 minutes with some fabric glue, so it’s also a no sew refashion. This shirt is a simple cut bows t-shirt. A good candidate for the “before” shirt is a t-shirt with some kind of decal or logo on the front, but blank on the back, although I think it would look fine with a decal or logo on the back, too, just a little “crowded.”

Simple Cut Bows T-Shirt Refashion

Materials Needed

The Before

I forgot to take a “before” picture, but my gray t-shirt was plain and boring, like the one below.

The final picture looks like the shirt is almost purple, but the color is closer to the t-shirt (above).

First, mark lines up the center approximately equally apart. You will need to count the number of snips in pairs.

Snip the lines. I made them about five inches or so. Here’s a picture of the snips.

Cut out some lace.

Make them little tubes.

And wrap them around two of the cuts, securing in place with either fabric glue or needle and thread.

See! Very quick! 🙂

The Final

Here is a close-up:

Would you wear this simple Cut Bows T-Shirt Refashion?

8 thoughts on “Refashioning a T-Shirt with Bows Cut Out From the Back”

  1. Cool idea, I have two toddlers and they grow so fast, all the new clothes we buy are for them, I usually end up having to go to a thrift store for clothes for me so these little ideas are awesome!

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  2. Cool idea, I have two toddlers and they grow so fast, all the new clothes we buy are for them, I usually end up having to go to a thrift store for clothes for me so these little ideas are awesome!

    Reply

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