I wear a lot of jeans + tees these days. It is just my go-to mom wardrobe. Layering in my current climate is basically a no-go, so I like to wear tees with a little something to them. I saw two basic scoop neck tees and thought, hey now, I could take these bad boys and make two color block tees.
I started with two white stag scoop neck tees. They were cheap (under $5 each), readily available (at Walmart), had a reasonable scoop neckline (which as hard to find, I can assure you), and came in colors I liked.
I cut each shirt in half just under the sleeve with my handy rotary cutter.
I then swapped pieces and pinned.
Then, I sewed them together. I used a zig zag stitch on my simple machine. If you have access to a surger, I am sure it would work really well for this.
The total cost was less than $10 for two shirts. Not bad, if you ask me.
Have you refashioned anything lately? Leave a link to your project below!