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Four Shirts Four Ways

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This free sewing pattern will have you swimming in ruffle heaven! Learn how to turn a plain tee into a cute ruffled and beaded shirt. With these approaches to embellishing your t-shirts, you'll find that your wardrobe can expand exponentially. Use this free sewing project to resourcefully recycle your old t-shirts and scraps that cannot be applied to a larger project. Take the time to transform your plain Jane top into a customized look fit for your feminine sense of style.

Four Shirts Four Ways
This image courtesy of tearosehome.blogspot.com

Project Type: Make a Project

Time to complete: Weekend project

Sewn by: Machine

Intermediate

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