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Maddie Adams




04 Nov 1996


Many friends, only a few close ones. 8th grade. Quiet in class, loud with friends. Love cute boys. Obsessed with fashion. Want to be a stylist or model when I grow up, or even a model right now. Love my family. Tall, lean, pale, dark wavy/curly hair, dark eyes. Huge fitness enthusiast, even though I have a big sweet tooth that I can't control. 

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maddiegail2 asked:

14 Nov 2010

How can you make an off the shoulder tee with and old, big, ill fitting tee?

I have tee shirts from last year, and over the past year I went from a size L or XL in tops to a S. And also I've been obsessed with oversized off the shoulder tops lately. Does anyone know how I can easily make one with my old tees?



bear14 says:

Posted on 15 Nov 2010

it explains it well


jod_mets says:

Posted on 16 Nov 2010

I actually did this the other day! It's so easy and looks great:


Begin by laying the t-shirt flat on a table. You want to make sure that all of the seams at both the front and the back match up.


Begin with the neck. Most basic t-shirts have a rather thick neck seam, but that can be easily worked with. Simply cut slowly right below the collar seam. You have a couple of different options for how you want to make the t-shirt neck. A cute idea is to cut a broad arc across the neck area, from shoulder to shoulder


jod_mets says:

Posted on 16 Nov 2010

heres a video for way more ideas:

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