I’ve become a DIYer ever since I found out my little bundle of joy on the way is another girl. A huge blessing because I have spent way less than I would have on clothes for my 2-year old. Since I started, in February this year, sewing clothes I have probably spent between $20 to $30 only on my daughter’s clothing. I am not kidding! That amount by the way was spent on fabrics and second-hand clothing I purchased from our local Thrift Shop. That’s money-saving right there.
Anyways, let me go back to the shirt. I have three L.O.G.G. longsleeve t-shirts I purchased from H&M store downtown two years ago. They are size 13-14Y in colors green stripes, pink and yellow. I decided to work on the green striped shirt first because it’s the color combo I liked the least. If I make a mistake then I wouldn’t feel too bad about wasting the fabric.
I’m so proud of the result! Pictures below.
|This was my shrunken 13-14Y size shirt..|
|This is how it looks now.|
|And I have a happy little girl|
giving a "cute face".
This is a very simple DIY project. Try it!