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needed a little bit of alteration and a friendly lacing
Once upon a time there was a girl who was in a hurry. A bus should take her home to her cosy hobbit cave.
But then she saw a gorgeous striped shirt in a thrift store and because of the tremendous hurry she bought it without trying it on...
Did you spot the mistake?
Of course the shirt was too small.
But it only needed a little bit of alteration and a friendly lacing - now it fits just perfectly ^-^v

By the way, all the hems are handsewn, because my sewing machine eats shirts.

Mr. Finger says: Ouch!

Posted by Käpt´n Toasterkopf from Germany, Pennsylvania, United States • Published See Käpt´n Toasterkopf's 53 projects »
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lena
lena · Richmond, Virginia, US · 2 projects
cuuuute
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FrolleinKram
FrolleinKram · Las Vegas, Nevada, US · 132 projects
This would SO match my pirate outfits...... Nice idea, gotta try this!
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Käpt´n Toasterkopf
Käpt´n Toasterkopf · Germany, Pennsylvania, US · 53 projects
My fight against confusion: Maybe I mixed up languages here. But in Germany corsage is completely okay.
I just say corset to the things with the boning.
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PB
PB · U.S. Air Force Academy, Colorado, US · 2 projects
Yeah, it's a corset. It's cute. Like a pirate. Idk that was kind of random...
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Indefinitive
Indefinitive · Edmonton, Alberta, CA
Yep, corset shirt.

Thats really cute. I may have to make myself one of them.
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PlaidCrafter
PlaidCrafter · Los Angeles, California, US · 106 projects
that is so cool I am going to try that with some of my old t-shirts (cause I never throw anything out!)
PS shouldn't title be corset shirt? Just wondering
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