Great for making those tight tees wearable.
Supplies: Fringe trim (3 yards) I used double sided fringe. You can make your own fringe here since it is hard to find.
Can be made casual or dressy depending on the shirt you use. The fringe is so pretty and looks lovely on!
Cut sleeves off and side seams open. Measure out fringe to bottom hem...pin.
Sew the fringe and shirt right sides together all the way around (front and back). The fringe i had was double sided. Usually it is sold with one side, so if you can't find it you can follow this tutorial here and make your own.
Top stitch the fringe seam leaving enough room for your arm.
I also did this with crochet trim here.