My son had some extra dress shirts that I recently used to make some cutesy tops for my girls. This is a fairly quick process if you select a shirt that is close in size to your child.
1) Select a front button shirt. Make sure that the shirt’s fullest width is at least two inches wider than your child’s hip measurement. (Once the garment is finished you will have to slip it over the child’s head or step into it to put it on.)
2) Cut out collar and shorten sleeves to desired length. Read more
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