The other day, I was boredly wasting time on YouTube, when I came across an awesome channel- itsblitzzz. It’s filled with demos and tutorials on how to make heaps of epic things (bow back leggings, tiger stripe french manicures, etc…), and has heaps of videos on t-shirt reconstruction, a process which involves cutting, stretching, and weaving plain t-shirts and turning them into awesome, unique pieces of clothing. Since I’d never reconstructed a t-shirt before, I pretty much totally copied the below video:

^And that’s what the sleeve looks like. 🙂

Now that I’ve made my first reconstructed tee, and understand the method, I have heeeaps of epic plans on how to make more, using my own ideas rather than just copying someone elses! YAY!

xx Rebecca

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