You all know I love a good T-shirt refashion and all the more when it's done using sustainable brands. I partnered with SuperEgo to create this DIY Cut Out neckline with cylinder beads.
SuperEgo is a "lifestyle brand that promotes sustainability through quality hemp clothing and engaging multimedia." What I love about SuperEgo is they managed to create the softest, most comfortable hemp shirt you'll ever wear. Composed of 60% hemp and 40% organic cotton, it happens to be the perfect blend. Literally, "cut from a different cloth."
DIY tutorial below:
I went with this shirt here. Slogan tee here
Fold over edges about 1/4 inch and sew a finished hem on both edges.
Press seams flat.
Begin in the middle of your shirt and middle of collar. Hand sew beads in and out through out the collar.
once through, bring the needle through the casing of the hem and out to attach another bead…Evenly space them. Mine were about a 3/4in. apart and I just guestimated.
Continue until you reach the back point.
Start in the middle and go around the other side.