I think a lower neckline would be cute. I’m not so crazy about losing the sleeves, but if they’re super huge you could just take them off, sew up the arm hole to a better size, sew the sleeves to fit, and reattach.
Depending how good you are at sewing, you could get some contrasting knit fabric, and cut a bias strip out (goes diagonal to the grain so it lays nicely in the end, but you could probably get away with just cutting it so that the fabric stretches the long way).Cut the tee’s neckline how you want, then make sure your strip is a few inches shorter. With a sewing machine set on zigzag, attach the strip to the neckline, stretching only the strip (not the shirt!) as you sew, so that in the end it goes around the whole neck. You can either sew the strip together first, before attach to the shirt, or after incase you stretch it a bit too much and have extra left over. posted almost 8 years ago
That sounds like really great advice MiniMuffin =3
I’m ok at sewing but my Mother is great at it so I’ll have to be extra nice to her for this