Cut-Out T-Shirt DIYs

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Making cut out t-shirts is such an easy DIY!  I love easy quick DIY’s it’s nice to come up with an ideal and wear it the next day.  I also love the element of surprise of having a basic outfit but with a surprise when you turn around.  This is right up my alley my style is classic, comfortable, wearable, with a subtle surprising twist. It makes me think about how a Geisha revealing her unpainted  neck was considered sexy.  Less isn’t always more sexy, it’s the element of surprise that is.

The above photo would be an easy DIY, just cut across the back of a baggy t shirt and either leave the edges raw or turn under with a sewing machine and secure it on the sides by tacking (backstitching in place).

Cut-Out T-Shirt DIYs
Gretchen at a Pair and a Square made her own version out of a button down shirt.  Check out her tutorial.

Cut-Out T-Shirt DIYs
The above picture of the button down top I think would be harder to DIY because it’s made out of woven materials, but looks so cool it would be worth the work!

Here’s a great video tutorials I found.   This video shows you how to cut out diamond shapes on the front and back of a t-shirt.

Cut-Out T-Shirt DIYs
made by Tess of TShreads

I love this torn back on an Aerosmith t-shirt that was sold on Etsy and made by Tess.  The question is could I figure out how to make it?  And check out some of her other pieces (below), they’re all really cool.  At least you can buy some of her creations from her if you don’t want to DIY it.  She is truly a t-shirt shreading artist! I love the variety of ways she came up with shreading.

Cut-Out T-Shirt DIYs
made by Tess of TShreads

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