Empire cut Blouse, T-Shirt reconstruction with Tutorial

I’ve been fascinated with all the T shirt reconstruction I’ve seen around, so yesterday, I was bored and decided to make my own reconstruction.. I had a big t shirt (it was my mom’s) I trace it and start cutting… This is how it looks like, I can’t wear tight T-shirts, very often I get stomach inflammation because thanks to digestive problems, and sometimes I look like I’m 4 months pregnant, so this blouse is perfect for those days. Of course I need to perfection it but it wasn’t that bad for my first attempt, what do you think?

well I thought I made a tutorial of how I made it.. please bear with me since English is not my first language, and if something needs corrections or do you need more explanation please let me know, this will also be my first tutorial.

33 thoughts on “Empire cut Blouse, T-Shirt reconstruction with Tutorial

  1. Ashley says:

    Thank you so much for posting this tutorial. I will be trying it this week since school is over. I’ll let you know how it turns out.

  2. Kelly Bohl says:

    This is fabulous! The diagram and instructions are very good, I love this style of blouse! I have Crohn’s Disease so I sympathize with needing loose-fitting clothing at times. I look forward to thrifting t-shirts to make this!

  3. Lacey says:

    Awesome! Ironically I am actually 4 months Prego… (although I look more like 6) and I have hard time finding shirts that I love, and feel comfortable in. I will definitely be trying this for prego, and post prego, I love the flowy-ness is the shirt, THANKS!!!

  4. mihosuzuki says:

    Adorable top! I certainly have to try this since it’s impossible for me to find empire tops that I like.

    Thank you!

  5. Ashley says:

    Love this, now i just need a sewing machine!! Guys plain colored t shirts are Super cheap and have lots of good colors (i just bought a few for my hubby) and empire shirts are by far my favorite…..i wonder if you could make long sleeve ones for winter too….

  6. Jeanna says:

    You did a wonderful job with this and I am so excited to do it. I like the idea because I am on a tight budget and this is actually something I can afford to do. Thank you so much for doing this.

  7. Amanda says:

    I love your reconstruction but your proofreading in the intro paragraph… it’s almost impossible to read.

  8. rashonda says:

    I wouldn’t have know English wasn’t your first language! I love the idea, will be using it asap! It’s super cute! Good job and thanks for sharing!

  9. Gege says:

    Thank you for sharing! I’m currently plus size & also have stomach problems. This shirt looks cute & comfy! Most of the shirts online or in stores are ugly & costly. I can’t wait to make a few. Thanks again!! :)

  10. Jennifer says:

    Gracias para la tutoria! Like you, I have digestive problems where I will sometimes get a swollen stomach when I’m having a flare-up, and I like wearing empire tops when I have that problem. This gives me inspiration to make my own tops and save money. Gracias otra vez!

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  12. Marie says:

    I can’t seem to find the actual tutorial? Just pictures…the pictures are just what I’m looking for. You can’t seem to find these kinds of tops in the stores. Thank you!

  13. AngelaJoy says:

    This t-shirt reconstruction is so cute and adorable…I have a ton of big t-shirts since i lost 35 pounds recently all different colors and many tye-dye ones that would look so awesome made like this…Thank you for sharing this with us.,..I will definatly be making this one soon….Love it…

  14. D. Tanzy says:

    Thank you for the wonderful tutorial. I have to try it! I have a full bust and most store bought empire cut tops hit right in the middle of my bust. This will make it possible for me to wear them with a perfect fit!

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