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DIY Pocket Tee with Fabric Mod Podge (No Sew!)

This DIY pocket tee was a quick and easy project! Use Mod Podge and your favorite fabric – there is no sewing required.

Skills Required: None. Even if you’ve never crafted before, you can accomplish this project. You’ll be cutting a pocket and using Fabric Mod Podge to apply it.

This DIY pocket tee was a quick and easy project! With a touch of Fabric Mod Podge, I was able to add a fun leopard print to an old blue t-shirt.

I know it’s only February, but I’m already spring cleaning. You can’t be too early, in my opinion. I’ve come across a few t-shirts that I never seem to wear and decided to spruce them up.

This DIY pocket tee was a quick and easy project! With a touch of Fabric Mod Podge, I was able to add a fun leopard print to an old blue t-shirt.

This blue tee was cute but boring. With a touch of Fabric Mod Podge, I was able to add a fun leopard print pocket.

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Add a Pocket to a Tee

What you’ll need:

  • Plain T-shirt
  • Patterned fabric
  • Fabric Mod Podge
  • Scissors
  • Brush
  • Trim
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Cut about a 3×3 inch square from the patterned fabric. Measure out a piece of the trim ribbon to fit the top of the square and cut. Apply it to the square with Fabric Pod Modge. Let it dry for 5 minutes.

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This DIY pocket tee was a quick and easy project! With a touch of Fabric Mod Podge, I was able to add a fun leopard print to an old blue t-shirt.

Then turn the square over and apply Fabric Mod Podge to the three edges of the square that do not have ribbon. Secure it to the shirt and rub with the back of your finger.

Allow your DIY pocket tee to dry for ten minutes before wearing.

This DIY pocket tee was a quick and easy project! With a touch of Fabric Mod Podge, I was able to add a fun leopard print to an old blue t-shirt.

It’s the perfect amount of spice to upcycle a boring tee. I can’t wait to make more!


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Rose

Saturday 2nd of April 2016

How does the Modge Podge stay on Frabric after washing? Does it hold up or fray or peal! Is it soft?

Amy

Saturday 2nd of April 2016

You can wash Fabric Mod Podge and it won't fray - make sure to follow the bottle instructions! And it isn't "soft" per se . . . but it is flexible.