Mar 112011
 

Plz take me thru the steps on how to cuz and tie a shirt down the sides. be descripive plz! thanks in advance.

Ok, here’s what you do:

Take the shirt (make sure it’s a little large because this will take it down a tiny bit) and take the bottom of it. (make sure you’re standing at the bottom and not at one of the sides for my directions).

Go up half an inch to an inch on one of the sides. Cut it horizontally from that point about an inch or inch and a half.

Go up another half an inch or so and do the same, try to make the cuts as even as possible. You don’t want them too wide or lopsided or anything.

Do this all the way up to ALMOST the sleeve (make sure not to do it right at the sleeve – you may want to stop about two inches to three inches away from the sleeve to be safe, unless you feel this will look bad.)

Cut the other side as well, just like this (and try to do it almost like a mirror image).

Ok now what you want to do is take one of those strip things and cut it so they’re like strands and not loop-ish. (to do this, take your scissors and slide them outward until you get exactly halfway on the ‘loop’ and cut it there.)

Take those two strands (one should probably be lying on top of the other – the front of the shirt’s strand on top of the back of the shirt’s strand) and tie them like the first part of tying your shoes – cross the strands and duck one strand under the other, pull. Do it again to make sure it won’t come loose.

Go to the next loop and make it into strands and tie it Do this to both sides of the shirt.

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  1. Ok, here’s what you do:

    Take the shirt (make sure it’s a little large because this will take it down a tiny bit) and take the bottom of it. (make sure you’re standing at the bottom and not at one of the sides for my directions).

    Go up half an inch to an inch on one of the sides. Cut it horizontally from that point about an inch or inch and a half.

    Go up another half an inch or so and do the same, try to make the cuts as even as possible. You don’t want them too wide or lopsided or anything.

    Do this all the way up to ALMOST the sleeve (make sure not to do it right at the sleeve – you may want to stop about two inches to three inches away from the sleeve to be safe, unless you feel this will look bad.)

    Cut the other side as well, just like this (and try to do it almost like a mirror image).

    Ok now what you want to do is take one of those strip things and cut it so they’re like strands and not loop-ish. (to do this, take your scissors and slide them outward until you get exactly halfway on the ‘loop’ and cut it there.)

    Take those two strands (one should probably be lying on top of the other – the front of the shirt’s strand on top of the back of the shirt’s strand) and tie them like the first part of tying your shoes – cross the strands and duck one strand under the other, pull. Do it again to make sure it won’t come loose.

    Go to the next loop and make it into strands and tie it Do this to both sides of the shirt.

    :D I hope it helps :D
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