How To Make A Binder Out Of A Tank Top
How To Make A Binder Out Of A Tank Top. Make the straps about an inch wide, or a little wider if you plan to hem them. Make the front and back bodices.
As long as it’s smooth and nice against your skin, use whatever fabric you want.) scissor elastic band needles measuring tape. The style of binder that is best for you will depend on your body type and personal preference. It is a form of masking tape from japan that is made out of washi paper.
The Neckline I Outlined Was About 2 Inches Lower Than The Original Neck For The Shirt.
The style of binder that is best for you will depend on your body type and personal preference. Repeat pinning under the left arm. Hem around the neck cut out and and cut 2 strips from back scrap.
Wear A Tank Top Under Your Binder.
1 divisible zipper thin cotton fabric (i used an old curtain. Next, press the binding up to open the seam between the binding and the tank top. To put this binder on, wrap it around your chest as tightly as you can without causing pain or discomfort.
Step 1 Lay Your Underwear On The Hemline Of The Tank Top.
I searched madly all over the web and pinterest for a tutorial on how to add sleeves to a tank top. Most people won’t know what your binder is, even if they can see it, they will probably think it’s an undershirt, so don’t worry about. Now, flip the shirt over and focus on the back!
At The Beginning Of The Binding, Fold Back The Raw End.
Step 4 cut from the slit all the way up. Turn your shirt inside out and lay it so the front is facing upwards. That should hold everything in place and keep the material from moving around.
Both Tanks Should Be Facing Wrong Side Out.
Turn the tank top inside out and put it on. After pressing, seam the other tank top shoulder, matching the seam line and raw edges of the binding. That makes using seam binding ribbon easy to use on quilts.