We have the Run Like Hell Halloween Theme Run coming up. It's a benefit for ALS and we've been working on putting our costumes together. This year it's a Super Hero Theme and we're planning on Batman as our theme.
My hubby is going as the Riddler, I'm thinking of Poison Ivy and my sis is going to be either Catwoman or Robin.
Anyway, when you're wearing a costume for a run you have to remember not to over dress or you'll get too warm. So, my husband asked me if I could make the tee-shirt we were using for his Riddler attire into a tank top.
I thought, "How hard could it be?"
So I took one his favorite, old, worn out tank tops and used it as the pattern.
I used a sharpie to sketch the patten onto the tank top and cut it out (remember to allow for a seam allowance--I forgot).
Then I stitched up the raw edges. Soon we'll stencil the question marks on the shirt but this was the first step in the process.
Here's a pictorial history of how I did it.
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