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I DIY’d: Lattice Hem Crop Tank
The “I DIY’d” series, Part Dos. In preparation for summer BBQ’s, this week I tackled a DIY post from Clones and Clowns
Attempt #2: Crop Tank with Lattice TrimThis faux crochet-trim tank is getting paired with my high waisted denim shorts this summer. Don’t have a tank to play with? Shop printed tanks at SWELL
Hardest part:Assuming you do not have kitty cats (lots of strings involved), then patience. Patience is the hardest part of this DIY project.
Tips: 1. Count twice, cut once. You’ll need an even number of pieces. 2. Cut the pieces longer than you think. Much longer. 3. Sharp scissors.
Time: 45 minutes, depending on how long you want the lattice to be
My Spin: I added a hi-lo hem. Next step…dip dying!
Results: see photo above
Conclusion: I’d rater this a 9 out of 10 on the DIY-able scale (10 being so easy, a common fruit bat could figure it out)
READ THE INSTRUCTIONS HERE
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swellstyleblog:

I DIY’d: Lattice Hem Crop Tank

The “I DIY’d” series, Part Dos. In preparation for summer BBQ’s, this week I tackled a DIY post from Clones and Clowns

Attempt #2: Crop Tank with Lattice Trim
This faux crochet-trim tank is getting paired with my high waisted denim shorts this summer. Don’t have a tank to play with? Shop printed tanks at SWELL

  • Hardest part:
    Assuming you do not have kitty cats (lots of strings involved), then patience. Patience is the hardest part of this DIY project.
  • Tips:
    1. Count twice, cut once. You’ll need an even number of pieces.
    2. Cut the pieces longer than you think. Much longer.
    3. Sharp scissors.
  • Time: 45 minutes, depending on how long you want the lattice to be
  • My Spin: I added a hi-lo hem. Next step…dip dying!
  • Results: see photo above

Conclusion: I’d rater this a 9 out of 10 on the DIY-able scale (10 being so easy, a common fruit bat could figure it out)

READ THE INSTRUCTIONS HERE