Approximately 1 yard cotton knit/jersey type fabric, 60 inches wide
Thread, scissors, seam ripper, measuring tape, fabric marker/tailor's chalk, etc
1. Fold the fabric in half (with the selvedges together at the bottom). In the center top (the opposite of the selvedge edge), mark and cut out a neckline, either by free-handing it or tracing another shirt's collar.
|It was helpful to cut half of the neckline, fold it over and cut out around the fabric to make it symmetric.|
(Here's the basic shape of the shirt)
If you want to pretend like you still have a waist, here's an easy way to make a decorative belt.
|Be prepared for your daughters and other little girls to be jealous of your cute new shirt!|