Do you ever go into a craft store and find something that you just love that you just have to create something with it? That is how I was when I found this spiderweb fabric from Jo-Ann store. I just loved it and knew that I wanted to create with it in some way. I knew that my little girl would love it for a dress, so I made her a t-shirt dress.
This is how I made it:
I found this shirt at the Dollar Tree. It's for a little girl, not toddler size and it is extremely long, so it was perfect for a dress for my 2 year old. Then I got 2/3 yard of the fun fabric.
The shirt was a little big, so I turned it inside out and then sewed it to make it smaller.
I cut the fabric to 18x32". I got that by measuring the width of the bottom of the shirt, doubling it and then added a couple inches, that's how I got 32". And then the 18" is how long it was to where I wanted the fabric to go.
I sewed the fabric together to make the skirt.
I then pinned and sewed the fabric onto the shirt. I gathered the fabric as I was sewing it onto the shirt.
I then took a strip of fabric and then tied it onto the dress. And that's it! Super easy.
Doesn't it look super cute on her?? I love it!
Here is the back.
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