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Spiderwebby Shirt
Painted + cut shirt, with pink spider-appliqué on the shoulder, looks lovely worn over any plain shirt and really sexy over pink fishnet ;)

I'm sorry I don't have pictures for the steps, gonna add some if needed.

Posted by Suppe from Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany • Published See Suppe's 8 projects »
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  • Step 1

    Startin' simple:
    Cut off the sleeve hem and neckline of your shirt.

  • Step 2

    Now, the web.
    You can simply paint the lines with a brush, or do something stencil-like, using sticky tape as your stencil for the single lines.

    Additionally to the lines for the spiderweb, I made some around the hem, the neckline and the, err, seam where the sleeves (they stay completely unprinted and uncut from now on) are attached to the shirt.

  • Step 3

    The previous step should have taken quite some time, mostly drying time, but we're almost done.

    Find yourself a nice spider stencil on the web or make one by yourself.
    Here's way more than one tutorial on that so I won't explain stenciling here.

    Anyway, print the spider on a piece of black fabric.

  • Step 4

    Cut out the spider, leaving about 1cm of fabric around it, and sew it on one shoulder using a tight zigzag stitch.

  • Step 5

    Rightyright, now cut out the spaces between the spiderweb lines (leaving some fabric next to them) and you're done!

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ThatLittleWhiteRabbit

somehow im just not getting it ._. i draw it out and it doesnt look right and uuugh

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Sammi
Sammi · 6 projects

This is so cute! But I don't really understand the steps...can you please add pictures? Not to bug you. Thank you!!! Happy

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Karrie G.
Karrie G.

This is really cool! I wanna make one, too!
But before I start, do shirts like this unravel easily?

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Megan P.
Megan P.

THAT. IS. AWESOME. Happy

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fatalistic
fatalistic

How did you make the lines on your shirt so straight? Like if you used sticky tape, how did you use it cuz that confuses me..

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I'm going to make this into a snowflake and use it to make a dress! Happy
Thanks so much!! Happy

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SlashGashTerrorWhore
SlashGashTerrorWhore · 3 projects

Did you use a shirt that kinda already fit you?

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Shelby L.
Shelby L. · Aliso Viejo, California, US · 1 project

I love it, but I got totally confused when I thought that the picture was a real person with no pants on! HA! Then I got it together and figured out what was going on...

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Miss Circus
Miss Circus · San Leandro, California, US · 13 projects

This is awesome! Thank you for putting it up =3

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FrolleinKram
FrolleinKram · Las Vegas, Nevada, US · 132 projects

I'm so gonna do that... O____O

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