Number FOUR people. Every time I think the wraps are over, you request a new one! I love that. I have a cute little shirt cover up I want to do, but it's waiting to debut until the wrap craze has subsided.
I really love how this one turned out. If you go with the basic version posted here, it shouldn't take more than 20 minutes, tops. If you want to add in hems, it will take a bit longer.
(2) Cut it. Cut in your halter. Fold the top 2 corners over as shown in the pictures. Remember how you used to fold a piece of paper in half (or still do if you're me...) to cut out a heart? Same idea, only you're going with more of an angle. You want the oval shape to "point" toward the corner. Also, I cut mine in at 10 by 6 inches. It ended up being way too deep. I didn't take in account for how much jersey stretches. Start around 7 inches and then add in more if you want a deeper "v".
(3) Treat it. (OPTIONAL!) If you want to sew, you can either hem all of the edges OR you can run a straight stitch through all of the cut edges. You can also treat with Fray Check. Jersey knit doesn't fray, though. If you don't care about perfect edges, leave as is! I get a lot of complaints about my lack of hemming jersey knit... but I blog 5x per week, so sometimes I just have to show you what CAN be done and leave it to you how far you take it.
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We're off to a strong, but busy week. Hoping to get a lot of fun things done, but we'll see which projects make the cut! I hope your week has been good to you so far. All the best, and as always, thanks for reading!
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