The one idea that caught my eye was by Salinabear and she has several other tutorial vids that are just as cool. She did this really cool criss cross technique that intrigued me and I had never seen before. It looked a little complicated so I had to use an old t-shirt of my hubby's as a guinea pig before I even started on the actual shirt that I was interested in cutting up.
This technique requires you to cut tiny holes into the shirt for weaving the strips into. I ran into a little problem with that since I had a hard time finding where I actually cut the holes. I should actually clarify that the video tutorial says to cut tiny holes but I ended up just poking holes with my scissors instead since I wanted to make sure that when I weaved the strips through they would stay put and not fall out.
Anyway if you follow my technique of making holes, I HIGHLY recommend that you mark your holes with tailor's chalk on dark material or disappearing water soluble pen on light material. I ended up missing a hole when I practiced on my guinea pig shirt.
Here are some pics of my cutting process along with the actual tutorial vid.
Cut back into strips and stretch out.
Separate your strips to be tied in 4 different sections.
The final project.
I followed just the criss cross cutting technique and adjusted the shirt to fit me better since it's one of my hubby's old XL t-shirts. Here is the video tutorial by Salinabear and be sure to check out her other tutorials as well.