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    How to tear sleeves off a shirt?

    I got some old shirts i want to rip the sleeves off of. Just wondering what is the best way to make it look right? I know it might sound like common sense but idk seems more complicated. Any tips? don't want to ruin more than one of these.
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    Originally Posted by pHEnomIC View Post
    I got some old shirts i want to rip the sleeves off of. Just wondering what is the best way to make it look right? I know it might sound like common sense but idk seems more complicated. Any tips? don't want to ruin more than one of these.
    i dont really do it, but when i did, i just turned the shirt inside out on found the thread in the seem and cut them and it came off clean.
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    cut a small part with a cutter and then rip it off
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    Thanks for the help guys, I made a few workout shirts. They actually came out perfect first try.

    I turned em inside out and just pulled near the top of the seam and they came off.
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