How to Turn a Crew Neck T-Shirt Into a V-Neck: A Fun One Minute Sewing Video

For those group shirts you get from school/company/race/sport etc. that come with a high crew neck that seems to choke you and you’d like to feel like you had a little more breathing room….

Many women also choose a V-neck because it draws the eye up toward the face and creates a heart shape. It can also create an illusionary effect that elongates the body — and who doesn’t want that? Even if you’re not an experienced sewer, you can transform your crew necks into flattering V-neck shirts in just a few simple steps.

Click here for the full tutorial.

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Happy Sewing!



About The Renegade Seamstress

I'm a busy wife, mom, grandma, and teacher who loves to create. I've joined the refashion scene and I 'd like to share and connect with all those talented and creative people out there doing similar things.
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15 Responses to How to Turn a Crew Neck T-Shirt Into a V-Neck: A Fun One Minute Sewing Video

  1. claire says:

    The old style tee is so ugly, glad you are restructuring them.

  2. Lorrain Smith-DAlba says:

    Just tried it on my mom’s t-shirt. Worked great!



  3. What a great tutorial! Thank you! -Marci @ Stone Cottage Adventures

  4. Great t-shirt reconstruction idea! I usually will create a v-neck on a t-shirt by simply cutting off the originally at a diagonal. Sometimes that un-finished look isn’t what I want though.

  5. Thank you, thank you! I had been told how to do this a couple of years ago, but your instructions are about 100x better. Now maybe I can wear some of my race t-shirts.

  6. Gema says:

    Fab video Beth!! More please! 🙂 X

  7. Wait…WHAT? All these years, Beth. ALL. THESE. YEARS!!!

  8. Lily says:

    I wonder if you could cover how to do almost the reverse – turn a v neck into a rounded scoop neck! I have too many v neck t-shirts and sweaters and that neckline just doesn’t suit me.

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