Check out this quick and easy tutorial on how to cut a sweatshirt. This is a great way to upcycle an old sweatshirt into something new and trendy.
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In order to cut a sweatshirt, you will need the following materials: a sweatshirt, a pair of scissors, and a cutting mat.
You will need a sweatshirt, scissors, and a piece of cardboard. optional: a pencil or fabric marker.
First, find a sweatshirt that you want to cut. It can be any color or style. If you want, you can use a pencil or fabric marker to draw a design on the sweatshirt before you start cutting
Next, cut off the sleeves of the sweatshirt. You can make them any length that you want, but it is usually easiest to just cut them at the shoulder seam.
After the sleeves are removed, cut along the side seams of the sweatshirt to make it into a tank top Again, you can make the tank top any length that you want, but it is usually easiest to just leave it at the original length of the sweatshirt.
Finally, cut a curved neckline into the front of the tank top. To do this, first fold the tank top in half so that the back side is facing up. Then, use scissors to cut a gentle curved shape into the front neckline. Once you are happy with your neckline, unfold the tank top and voila! You have just created your very own custom sweatshirt
All you need is a good pair of scissors. You will want to use a sharp pair of scissors so that you can get a clean cut.
Cutting the Sweatshirt
I’m sure you’ve seen all the clothes that have been cut up and shredded to create a new style. It’s a trend that has been around for a while, and it doesn’t seem to be going anywhere. If you’re interested in trying it out, but don’t want to spend the money on new clothes, you can easily do it yourself. In this guide, I’ll show you how to cut a sweatshirt to create a stylish, new look.
Put the sweatshirt on
Before cutting anything, it’s important that you put the sweatshirt on and get a feel for how you want it to fit. Once you have an idea of the overall shape, take it off and lay it down on a flat surface.
Cut along the seams
Start by finding a sweatshirt that you like. It should be made of a thick fabric, such as fleece, so it will be easy to cut. Once you have found the perfect sweatshirt, put it on and mark where you want to cut it.
Next, take the sweatshirt off and lay it flat on a cutting surface. Use a sharp pair of scissors to cut along the marked lines. Be sure to cut slowly and evenly, so the cuts are clean and straight.
Once you have finished cutting the sweatshirt, try it on again to make sure it looks the way you want it to. If you are satisfied with the results, enjoy your new custom-made piece of clothing!
Cut off the sleeves
1. Start by cutting off the sleeves of the sweatshirt. If you want, you can cut them into strips to create arm warmers or a headband.
2. Next, cut along the side seams of the sweatshirt to make it into a more fitted shape.
3. Finally, cut the bottom of the sweatshirt into a curved hemline.
Cut a neckline
To give an old sweatshirt new life, or to make a new sweatshirt more flattering, you can cut the neckline. You can cut a wideneck, V-neck, or scoopneck. You can also add embellishments to the neckline after you’ve cut it.
Cutting a wide neck:
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2. Unfold the sweatshirt and put it on. Mark where you want the new neckline to be with chalk or a fabric pen.
3. Remove the sweatshirt and cut along the line you marked.
4. Finish the raw edge of the neckline with a serger or seam binding.
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Finishing the Sweatshirt
The first thing you need to do is gather your supplies. You will need a sweatshirt, a pair of scissors, and a measuring tape. Measure about four inches down from the neck of the sweatshirt and cut a horizontal line across. This will be the new neckline of your sweatshirt. Next, cut the sleeves off of the sweatshirt.
Try on the sweatshirt
Once you have your sweatshirt cut, it’s time try it on! Put on the sweatshirt and mark where you want the sleeves to end. Make sure that the marks are even on both sleeves. Once you have your marks, remove the sweatshirt and cut off the sleeves at the marks.
Trim any loose threads
Now that you have your sweatshirt cut to the right size, it’s time to finish the edges. Trim any loose threads that are sticking out from the sides or bottom of the sweatshirt. You can use a pair of scissors or a rotary cutter to do this. Once you have all of the loose threads trimmed, you can move on to hemming the bottom of the sweatshirt.
Wear the sweatshirt
Wearing the sweatshirt will give you a feel for how it hangs on your body and what parts need to be adjusted. It will also help you to visualize the final product. Make sure that you try the sweatshirt on before you make any cuts.