I wore this t-shirt all winter on the road.
It once was a men’s large with the cool logo on the back.
Not once Maggot and I got a hold of it…
I just got back from Warped Tour and so many people asked me how I cut up my shirts – so I wanted to share this again with those of you who missed it the first time!
Rock and Roll Sewing is as easy as 1-2-3!
- Grab t-shirt.
- Get Scissors.
Yesterday, a package arrived from my friend, Kayvon Zand filled with goodies for backing his Kickstarter. Kayvon is known around the world for his wild creativity and unique style – so I decided to give his shirt the Rock and Roll treatment. I think he’d be proud.
Lemme show you what I did….
1. Kill the collar.
I was probably strangled in a former life because necks on t-shirts and I do not get along. Take your scissors to the top seam shoulder line and cut about 3 inches from neck to shoulder on both sides.
2. Screw the Straight and Narrow….we are going JAGGED. Now it’s time to attack the back. Take a white crayon or chalk and make a zig zag outline. Stop at the point where it would be the bottom of your bra line for the girls. Boys, that’s about four inches below your armpit if you wanna rock this look. Here’s an example:
4. Tie Me Up, Tie Me Down. Put it on and have someone tie you into it. Extra Bonus!
5. Time to Rock and Roll! A one of a kind custom t in less than 10 minutes. Sling a belt on, smear some black eyeliner on and hit the gutters of the world with glamour.