UT Tutorial – DIY Charmed Tee

You’ve probably seen those cool printed faux necklace tees before. You know the cute ones that look like you have a whole bunch of ┬ábling around your neck? I usually pass them by because they’re too expensive or they’re just not…quite what I’m looking for.

Well, we always know a custom DIY tee is always better! With today’s tutorial and a special charms pack, I’ll show you how to turn a plain tee into a charmed masterpiece with just a little bit of embroidery.

The best part about the Vintage Charms pack is that it gives you a huge impact even with a small hoop. These little charms are only about 2 inches high at the largest, and they stitch in a flash on all kinds of fabrics, even light drape fabrics like your favorite summer tee.

How do you connect your charms onto pretty stitched chains? Easy! It’s just a bit of freestyle machine magic.

Get the tutorial on how to make your charmed tee here.

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3 Responses to “UT Tutorial – DIY Charmed Tee”

  1. 1
    giliell says:

    Those designs are telling me they want to end up on leather.
    Gorgeous

  2. 2
    VintageToni says:

    This is awesome…I bought the charm pak! Would water soluble stabilizer work just as well or do you really need to leave the cutaway in the shirt? Thanks!

    • Niamh says:

      I would really recommend cutaway unless you stitching on something heavy like a sweatshirt. Otherwise your stitches will likely shift while it’s sewing. The light mesh stabilizer is nearly invisible under tees. I swear I can’t feel any of the cutaway when I’m wearing it!

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