spiderweb cut-out shirt

spiderweb cut-out shirt

i cut this spider web design into the back of an old shirt. it was really easy! basically all you do is cut a bunch of rounded  triangular shapes out of the fabric. all you have to do is create the  negative space. there is no sewing involved or anything, just a bunch of  cutting! you have to make sure the space between each of the cut shapes  is at least like 1/3 of an inch though cause if the fabric gets too thin  it’ll just break apart. i also wouldn’t recommend putting this through the washing machine/dryer at any point. :p

i cut this spider web design into the back of an old shirt. it was really easy! basically all you do is cut a bunch of rounded triangular shapes out of the fabric. all you have to do is create the negative space. there is no sewing involved or anything, just a bunch of cutting! you have to make sure the space between each of the cut shapes is at least like 1/3 of an inch though cause if the fabric gets too thin it’ll just break apart. i also wouldn’t recommend putting this through the washing machine/dryer at any point. :p


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Bridget Marie Badore.
Photographer, art teacher, cat lady &
twenty-something living/working in
Brooklyn by way of Syracuse, New York.
School of Visual Arts BFA photo grad.



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