Here are the list of items you'll need:
- A plain tee or tank (I got a plain cotton tee from Bossini at 4 for $24 and made it into a tank, so that's around $6 for one.)
- Fabric paint (Art Friend has a shitload of fabric paints and I'm using a black colour from Marabu Textil.)
- Masking tape
- Cardboard (or something you can slip in between the front and back of the shirt so that the paint doesn't seep through)
- Fabric scissors (optional)
The first step is pretty much optional and self-explanatory, which is to just snip off the sleeves of your tee to make it into a tank. If you don't want the sleeves to have the frayed look, a quick tip would be to line your scissors along the outermost stitch lining of the sleeve and snip off from there. But since I like the raw edge look, I snipped off from the inner stitching.
The next step would be to draw the outline of your cross using a pencil and ruler.
After you're satisfied with your design, tape the outline with masking tape. Press firmly around the edge of the masking tape where it comes in contact with your pencil lines because you don't want any paint to seep through beyond your outlines.
Thanks for reading, bye!