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Fringe ShirtCreated by: Lauratheawesome080216
Step: 1: So, all you need is: ~an old shirt you wanna make awesome. ~a pair of scissors. ~ a nice flat surface to work on
Step: 2: You place your old shirt onto the flat surface, in my case, i just used my bed %uD83D%uDE13%uD83D%uDE01%uD83D%uDE01%u2764%uFE0F%u2764%uFE0F%u2764%uFE0F
Step: 3: Next you'd have to cut your shirt... Start from the side! It's up to you how long and wide the pieces are, but before you cut a new one, pull on the 'string' you just made, GENTLY! Don't pull it too hard! Then keep it repeat the process %u2764%uFE0F%uD83D%uDE01%uD83D%uDE01
Step: 4: So once your shirt's all nice and 'stringy' you'd notice the ends of the 'strings' have a cloth attached to it, so what i did basically was tie a knot just above that, and cut the excess
Step: 5: Once u cut all the excess, you are finished!!! HAPPY FRINGE SHIRT!!! With this blue fringe shirt (i made two!) i cut the collar and made it into, something like a v-neck! The other shirt (pink) i cut the sleeves and made it a v-neck, the back of the pink shirt is like a skeleton cut thingy...well, i got this from youtube, specifically AndreasChoice... She is amazing guys! Go subscribe, like and watch her video's, she makes DIY's and does LOADS of other things too! Thanks Andrea!