Remix'd: Bow Back Tee

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bow back tee {who is that girl mo?}
I made this t-shirt during one of my classes with the ladies back in April. Most of the ladies made shredded back tees and I plan on making one of my own soon. 
bow back tee {who is that girl mo?}

bow back tee {who is that girl mo?}
Supplies:
tshirt
scissors
chalk or marking pen
needle and thread (optional)
  • Depending of the length of the t-shirt, mark 3 or 4 lines across the back of the shirt with equal distance between each. Try to mark the lines so that your bra will not show, which I forgot to do.
  • Position the shirt so you can cut along the marked lines without cutting through the front of it. Gently stretch out the cut slits/sections.
  • Using the pieces you just cut out, cut out rectangular strips. These will be used to create the bows.
  • Wrap a strip around the center of each section. You can use the need and thread to stitch in place or you can tie a knot and let hang.
  • I also cut out the neck of the tee, the sleeves, and I shortened the length of it to make it a bit cropped.


bow back tee {who is that girl mo?}

bow back tee {who is that girl mo?}

bow back tee {who is that girl mo?}
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Outfit Details:
thrifted jeans Levis | thrifted boots | bandeau Marshalls | hat Kohls


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22 comments

  1. great DIY top!

    xo,
    http://www.chachathefashiongenius.com/

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  2. Adorable! I like that this DIY is no sew so anyone can do it :)

    -Sharon
    The Tiny Heart

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  3. Thank you! You should make one of your own. :-)

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  4. The shredded ones are cute but I like what you did better, nice job! Thanks for tutorial I may actually do this and I couldn't sew my way of a paper bag!

    Allie of ALLIE NYC
    www.allienyc.com

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  5. Thanks and I hope you do give it a try and make one. :-)

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  6. The no sew DYIs are my favorites ones. Love your outfit !!

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  7. The shredded T's are great but yours is Unique and one to try.

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  8. Another great DIY - love it! So cute, Mo!


    ~Whitney
    www.whitneynicjames.com

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  9. ha, this is so cool, and I have been noticing a lot of shred-back Ts (didn't even know they had that name until now...) everywhere now that the weather is warming up. This would be really fun to try...I'll be waiting for your step by step tutorial. LOL!

    Gina -- On the Daily Express

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  10. That is so cool! It can really jazz up a plain top! I wonder if I'd cut wrong and end up with a shirt the size of an eye patch? lol You look great :)

    -Erica
    http://diaryofatrendaholic.blogspot.ca/

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  11. I'm loving the DIY shirt! I definitely want to try it out myself! Of course it won't come out as perfect as yours! Great job :)

    XO Arianna || AriannaHenderson.com

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  12. Thanks Assa! No sew projects are my favorite too.

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  13. Thank you and I hope you'll give it a try.

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  14. Thanks! I love my thrifted boots! :-)

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  15. Thanks! Honestly I made up the name. I name everything even dance moves. :-)

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  16. Thanks and this one is really simple so you can't go wrong. :-)

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  17. Thank you! If you don't want a hole the size of an eye patch, you won't make one. :-)

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  18. Thanks Danielle and it feels good to be back even if it wasn't that long.

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  19. I love me a good selfie!! Your look is so cute!

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  20. Yes to the DIY shirt!! You shoes are amazing as well!

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I really appreciate your comments!

Mo