How To Make A T Shirt Smaller | DIY Recycle Clothes. In this sewing tutorial you will require a large short sleeved t-shirt, it can be a new or old t-shirt. It is an …
Many thanks for another great video.
I’m new at sewing but started off quilting which I haven’t quite gotten the hang of either but getting better. I’m trying to alter my Yorkie’s t shirt but was having a bit of trouble and that’s when I went in search of help and found you. I now know how to alter some of my shirts! Would this same process work on a sleeveless dog t shirt? I’m sure this isn’t the type of question you get but I thought you would know. Thanks for a great tutorial and I’m a subscriber now!🙂
Oh Thank You!! I need to resize my son's shirt today for Kindergarten and don't have much time. It's been a while since I've sewn, and this video is hands down the most simplest and to-the-point one I found. Just Subscribed!
I like the shirt you are wearing, black at the top n white bottom. Can do a tutorial on this?
Tomorrow is orange shirt day in my daughter's school district (for indigenous recognition and reconciliation). The small sized tshirt I bought today was too big. I did your method of reducing the size and it worked really well. I like NOT having to cut off the sleeves and reattach them to the arm holes. Thanks for your fabulous tutorial. You're a lifesaver!Celina
Just what I was looking for. No need to remove the sleeves and they come out longer than the baby caps. Perfect, thank you!
Thanks so very very much!!!
This video was much easier to follow than the other videos I had seen. I had to cut and ismantle the sleeves and re shape it and attached to the body of the shirt again. I did it but I find this much, much easier. That means, I do not need to send back my new shirts…yaaaaay.
What stitch would you recommend for this fabric? Stretch, zig zag or straight?
Great video, but how do you make the shoulders shorter so the seamline doesn't come down the arm and look droopy?
Great tutorial. How do u make the sleeves shorter? Thank you 😊
Good job thanks
What type of thread did you use? All purpose? Would it make a difference if a regular stitch was used rather than zig-zag?
You are so pretty and the altered shirt fits you well. Going through YouTube, there are manyfused variations one can follow, and yours is simple to comprehend. I will add a flounce to mine. TKS!
I love the idea. I am going to try that on my t-shirt. Thank you
Always wonderful, easy to understand tutorials. Thanks Colleen
Great stuff! 😉
Great tip! I’ve had to use it once for a team I was on and they only had XL! I ended up having to remove the sleeve because the shoulder was too wide. It was funny when I arrived at the event other ladies were wondering how I managed to get a fitted tee when I signed up at the last minute! (Our little sewing secrets, right?!) 😉😃
Wow! I'm going to try it on my tshirt tomorrow
This tutorial is heaven sent!!!! Thank you 🙂
I wish I hadn't sent all the t-shirts that were far too big for me to the charity shop now! I'm a beginner, so this was very helpful! TFS xx
muy útil, muchas gracias y saludos desde Uruguay.
Great idea. Thanks for sharing.🌹
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