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"Take a simple tank top or vest and cut all the way up to the middle so that the cuts stop just beneath your bust.Cut strands all the way round your tee-shirt and MAKE SURE YOU CUT A PAIR NUMBER of strands ! Once you have cut all around your future crop top and you have it looking like a fringed tee, knot the strands together two by two. Next of all, take one strand out of one knot and another strand out of the next-door knot and knot them together to make a diamond shaped hole. Continue all the away around your vest. Try and keep your knots on neat rows for the best effect. Repeat until you have no space left on your strands to knot another row. Cut off any excess fabric.”

So, I actually did this one! Was quite time consuming, but the end product turns out quite cute! You can see how my turned out here! I also used some of the excess fabric (mine was a tunic tank top) to make a bow and fashion it around the neckline! xx
P.S. I know this isn’t hair related, but it’s a bit of fun and I like sharing these things with all of you! ♡

"Take a simple tank top or vest and cut all the way up to the middle so that the cuts stop just beneath your bust.Cut strands all the way round your tee-shirt and MAKE SURE YOU CUT A PAIR NUMBER of strands ! Once you have cut all around your future crop top and you have it looking like a fringed tee, knot the strands together two by two. Next of all, take one strand out of one knot and another strand out of the next-door knot and knot them together to make a diamond shaped hole. Continue all the away around your vest. Try and keep your knots on neat rows for the best effect. Repeat until you have no space left on your strands to knot another row. Cut off any excess fabric.”

So, I actually did this one! Was quite time consuming, but the end product turns out quite cute! You can see how my turned out here! I also used some of the excess fabric (mine was a tunic tank top) to make a bow and fashion it around the neckline! xx

P.S. I know this isn’t hair related, but it’s a bit of fun and I like sharing these things with all of you! ♡

Tagged: #crop top #diy #diy fashion #diy shirt #fashion #other #shirt

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