In the event that you have a most loved shirt that is excessively little to wear serenely, or simply doesn’t fit very right any longer, you don’t need to hurl it or give it away. Here are four straightforward techniques to extricate it up or scrutinize it so you can wear it once more.
The strategy you utilize relies upon what you need to save about the shirt, your level of sewing expertise, and what you need the shirt to resemble.
- Include Slits: This is a no-sew strategy and jam the entire shirt, so on the off chance that you have one that is made of extremely comfortable material, this is a decent choice. This is the primary case in the video above, however you can chop a vertical opening down the front from the neck area, expel the sleeves and cut greater armholes, or cut openings up the side for a looser fit, it’s dependent upon you.
- Consolidate With Another Shirt: You should have the capacity to sew in a straight line, and this strategy will be less demanding in the event that you have sewing machine. Thrift or purchase a plain shirt that is comparative in shading to the shirt you need to survey. Cut the arms off the first shirt and chop down the side crease to isolate the back and front. Cut wide strips from the plain shirt and sew them between the front and back of the first shirt. Trim around the armholes. You can likewise utilize texture stick as opposed to sewing, however the look won’t be as spotless and the shirt won’t be as tough.
- Exchange the Design: If you chiefly need to protect the symbolism on the shirt and have medium sewing aptitudes, this is a fitting method for you. Cut around the picture, leaving an inch or two as a support. You’ll wind up with what is basically a vast fix. Sew the fix to another, bigger shirt in an indistinguishable shading from your unique shirt. Once more, you can utilize other connection techniques like texture stick, yet they won’t hold up too after some time as sewing.
- Make New Sleeves: This method requires medium sewing aptitudes since you’ll be making new sleeves and sides to join to the first shirt. Purchase texture that is comparative in shading to your unique shirt, or utilize another shirt you as of now have, and follow an example for sleeves and sides that will wind up interfacing the front and back of the first shirt. Cut the arms off the first shirt and chop down the side crease. Sew each side and sleeves together, at that point sew to the first shirt.