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Save This Shirt: Cut It, Stitch It, Wear It Now!

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Hannah Rogge faced a common quandary. She had a closetful of oversized T-shirtsleftovers from old boyfriends, charity-event giveaways, rock-concert souvenirs, gifts from relatives travels. She rarely wore any of themthey werent exactly flatteringbut she wasnt ready to throw them away.
What to do? Well, this ever-inventive industrial designer and jewelry designer, who just
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Hardcover, 56 pages
Published June 1st 2007 by Stewart, Tabori and Chang
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Shannon
The copy I picked up from the library no longer had the shirt inside, but generally this does come with a white t-shirt for the reader to play around with.

There are several different designs for modifying t-shirts into better t-shirts, and there are a few accessories that you can also make out of your old tees. This was a great book for me - I'm considerably smaller than my fiancé and he loves getting music-related or band tees. I turned a giant navy tee featuring the logo of a local record stor
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Jenni
Nov 29, 2013 Jenni rated it it was ok
Shelves: crafty
The fake designs on the t-shirts ("Some College," "Important Event," "Camp Superfun," "Nostalgic Memorabilia," "Company Logo," "Cute Character," "Free T-Shirt Day," "Team," "Souvenir," "Advertisement," and "Good Cause") were easily the best part.
tanya
Mar 11, 2008 tanya rated it did not like it
This DIY t-shirt book was kind of dumb. Half of the book is a (very) tightly squeezed t-shirt shrunk wrapped and the other half is a few ho-hum designs. If you're serious about DIY, pass on this on.
Julie
Dec 19, 2012 Julie rated it it was ok
Shelves: subj-sewing
Meh. I could figure most of this put on my own.
Snail in Danger (Sid) Nicolaides
I was expecting this to be mostly about re-using T-shirts. However, the focus is mostly on redesigning T-shirts to make them look like something else. There are a couple exceptions: two purses, placemats and coasters, an mp3 player cover.
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