fabric that frays well, a mixture of flannel and cotton works best.
a sewing machine or thread and needle.
|cut out your hearts and pin them on the front, make sure you don't pick up any of the back.|
|you don't have to be a very experienced sewer, but if u have no expierience with the free motion on your machine, you can try using embroidery floss and doing it by hand, you might even get a cuter look too!|
|its ok if the material catches or puckers a bit, it'll smooth out once u have it on.|
|and ta-da, you've got an adorable "new" shirt!! once its been washed the edges will fray giving it a really cute look:)|
its a regularly easy project to accomplish, i did my shirt in less than half an hour.
here's the shirt that inspired the hearts.
isn't it adorable? i love my thrift store finds.
anywho, you could use this idea for a number of things, you could even sew something onto a pair of lounge shorts or a sweat shirt!
hope you enjoyed this DIY.