Make do and mend special: resizing T-shirts with ‘Cut out + Keep’ Vintage shops are full of great men’s Seventies T-shirts, which would be perfect to add a bit of vintage cool to our summer outfits, if only they weren’t a few sizes too big. QueensOfVintage.com has teamed up with amazing craft site ‘Cut Out + Keep’ to show you how to quickly turn a baggy thrifted T-shirt into a tight fitting one. 2 Responses Margaux July 17th, 2010 This was such a wonderful idea! I’m shy of the sewing machine, but the instructions were so simple and the outcome was perfect. Thanks for spicing up my boring night in! -Margaux 🙂 Reply haneen June 5th, 2011 i baught some shirts and i either made them into tank tops,vnecks or i cut the shirt into a boyfriend saggy shirt.no sewing machine needed Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.