February 21, 2018 Erin Hogan-Braker
Want to upcycle all those button up shirts in your closet? Too many plaid flannels in your closet? Try this flattering design and change up your wardrobe! Watch as Leslie from 7th Bone Tailoring shows you how to measure and cut your shirt to add a casing. She will show you how to create the casing, add elastic, and close it up! This easy is an easy project for beginners.
Materials Needed to Create An Off-the-shoulder Shirt
- BERNINA 1008
- Plain woven dress shirt
- 1” Elastic
- Universal needle
- Tailors chalk
Leslie uses the straight stitch on her BERNINA 1008 to sew this project. Follow along and enjoy your new cute shirt!
- Difficulty level
- Time to Complete
- Used Material
- 1" elastic, dress shirt, marking chalk, pins, ruler, scissors, universal needle 80/12
- fashion, shirts
- Spring, Summer
- sewing, shirt embellishment
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2 comments on “Off-the-shoulder Shirt”
i kept waiting to see how youdid the sleeves like the one you were wearing good upfix
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how did you finish that raw edge? Serger is the easiest way