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Based on Jumper Skirt Out Of A T Shirt by September M.
I ended up useing the head hole as the waist line. and by cutting straight across for the bottom, the sides and bottom hem had pre-made, perfect stiching.

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sweetsundae0 · Ajax, Ontario, CA · 50 projects
Looks fantastic on you! I love the buttons you used Happy
LastKoalaBear · Vancouver, British Columbia, CA · 33 projects
i love the buttons, really cool

CO + K User

this is really cute. I think it came out better then the original!
Amberly · 3 projects
I hope this makes sense, Emily:
I started with an rather large t-shirt (big enough to be a dress)
Then I cut it just below the sleeves (or like 4 inches (depending on your body shape)) keep in mind that the top part/nickline will be the waist band so make it long enough. The bottom will be the actual skirt part.

So then, to make the waist band, I cut off the sleeves and sewed down the sides (where the sleeves were) so the origingal neckline is the top of the waistband.

Next, I attached the top to the skirt. The top band is a lot tighter than the skirt (A.K.A. original bottom half of the t-shirt) the so I had to put in some pleats.

Then it was on to straps which would theoretically be made with extra material from the sleves or between the top and bottom. I ran out of material and had to use a second shirt (shhh!).

I would simply suggest playing arround with it! If you have any other questions let me know!
Emily G.
Emily G.
will you like tell me how you did it?
cus it's so much nicer than the one with a blue shirt. Happy
please? Happy

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