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Made this shirt out of a thrift-ed blouse I got for only $2, I felt inspired by a lot of hipster photographs! Feel free to comment on my blogspot if you have any questions, I'm aware that I'm not the best at written instructions.
7) Alright, here's where it gets tricky...which is why I've given you two options (Bias tape or hemming).
1a)Using bias tape (or in my case a 2 inch wide fabric, folded in half) pin around both holes. (If you already know a bias tape method go ahead and use it, and skip my horrible explanation)
2a)What I did was fold a 2 inch wide piece of fabric in half, then pinned the side with raw edges to the edge of the blouse. The blouse should be inside out when doing this step.
3a)Next sew along the edge of the hole.
4a)Turn the shirt right-side out and pull the bias tape to the front of the shirt (this should fold over the raw edges of both the bias tape and hole).
5a)Press the edge with an iron, if you want, then sew the tape down. Repeat with other cut-out.
2a) You can simply fold in the 1/2 inch seam allowance, pin, then sew. :)