How to Tailor Your Own Shirt?

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I have found that the easiest way to tailor your own shirt is to turn it inside out and follow the seams that are already in place. After I have sewn in the new seams, using my sewing machine, I cut away the extra fabric so that it lays nicely.
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In order to tailor your own shirt you will need to have someone help you or you will need a dress form if you plan on doing it yourself. Begin by turning the shirt inside out. You can find more information here: www.threadbanger.com
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Depends on the tailor and what how much the shirt needs to be taken in. A department store tailor would probably charge between $15-$35 USD for this service. Embed Quote
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