Make it Yourself: Choker Tee

I recently stumbled upon this kind of shirt and I’m obsessed. Finding a shirt I wanted to use was the hardest part. If you have any kind of old t-shirt laying around, you can easily create a built-in choker.

Your supplies:
-White crayon or any kind of fabric marker
-Scissors

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Mark your shirt with curved lines that go from the collar to a center point. I put on the shirt and marked how far down I wanted it to go to make sure I didn’t cut too far down. I went down about mid chest. (Wasn’t quite sure where I wanted my lines to go, can’t you tell? I’m no artist, anyway)

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Cut along the lines. ~ Don’t cut the collar! Follow the seams around it. If your lines make you cut unevenly, here’s your time to make any extra snips. Tug on the fabric where you just made your cuts. It makes it look a little more worn and natural.

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That’s it! I love the grungy look it gives this band t, but you can always use an unprinted shirt and give it a little edge.

Love,

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