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  • How to make a halter top. *No Sew* Cute Halter Shirt/Tunic From A Old Oversized Shirt  - Step 1
    Step 1

    Start with an overly sized shirt (I got one of my dads old ones, size XL) Solid colored shirts work the best, shirts with graphics I found look weird bc u are turning the shirt upside down it will look bad.

  • How to make a halter top. *No Sew* Cute Halter Shirt/Tunic From A Old Oversized Shirt  - Step 2
    Step 2

    Next, turn the shirt upside down and stick your legs through the head hole, try wriggling you legs to stretch out the hole if its to tight. (sorry for my messy room in the background lol)

  • How to make a halter top. *No Sew* Cute Halter Shirt/Tunic From A Old Oversized Shirt  - Step 3
    Step 3

    Take the sleeves and tie them together in a double knot.

  • How to make a halter top. *No Sew* Cute Halter Shirt/Tunic From A Old Oversized Shirt  - Step 4
    Step 4

    Take off the shirt and lay it back down on your flat surface, at the top of the shirt above the tie draw a circle make it medium size because the shirt WILL stretch

  • How to make a halter top. *No Sew* Cute Halter Shirt/Tunic From A Old Oversized Shirt  - Step 5
    Step 5

    Now take your scissors and cut the circle out, try the shirt on and make sure your head fits through it, then take it back off

  • How to make a halter top. *No Sew* Cute Halter Shirt/Tunic From A Old Oversized Shirt  - Step 6
    Step 6

    Now at the top of your head hole, cut the middle part for your halter

  • How to make a halter top. *No Sew* Cute Halter Shirt/Tunic From A Old Oversized Shirt  - Step 7
    Step 7

    Now put the shirt back on and tie the two flaps together in the back (sorry for my straps the shirt looks better in a strapless bra) and your done! enjoy :)

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Senevilla
Senevilla · 10 projects
That is so creative! I can;t wait to make one for myself!
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Cynthia O.
Cynthia O.
This is just very cool!
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Kristen
Kristen
Love these!
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Helen E.
Helen E. · Torquay, Victoria, AU · 9 projects
yay for no sew!!
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Chuckee
Chuckee · Las Vegas, Nevada, US · 14 projects
This is awesome! Love!
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Amie D.
Amie D. · Oxford, England, GB · 44 projects
My t-shirt isn't big enough for my legs to go in huff Happy
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Kasey Kasket
Kasey Kasket · Ormond Beach, Florida, US · 25 projects
Wonderful idea!
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Emma
Emma · Finland, Minnesota, US
i made it and its awesome! It also looks good tied in the back Happy)
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Emma
Emma · Finland, Minnesota, US
i made it and its awesome! It also looks good tied in the back Happy)
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Liana D.
Liana D. · U.S. Air Force Academy, Colorado, US
oh i just love this! i have to do this soon..
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