I am a woman "of a certain age", who lost 60 pounds about 2 years ago, and my upper arms that used to be filled with fat, now are not, so my upper arms flap. I like to call them angel wings! In an effort to be able to continue wearing said T-shirts, I added double sleeves to each shirt, and here are the pictures. What do you think?
Great idea!! congrats on the great weight loss!!!!
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I think that is a wonderful idea and it looks great. Good for you on the weight loss, You should be very proud of yourself.
I LOVE LOVE LOVE this. I to have lost a lot of weight in the past few years and I know the " Angel Wings " ( From now on this is what I will call them too ) I have done a lot of stuff to get rid of them but...sigh. Your t-shirt idea is awesome. I wish I could sew? I would do this to everything I own. LOL Thanks for sharing and THANK YOU for your wonderful words angel wings!
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Wonderful idea.!!!!! You might even buy some extra wide lace and use that on dressier t-shirts. The shirts look good.
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Congratulations on the weight loss. Great idea extending the sleeve length. After seeing this, another idea came to mind. Maybe you could use fabric for the added length, and adding a matching collar for a layered look.
These look great! and congrats on your weight loss!!!
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I think that is a great idea and your remake looks great and right in style. I will have to remember this . TFS all your creations
GOOD FOR YOU on the weight loss. I am trying to lose and it isn't fun or very fast. I admire you
What a great idea!! Thanks for sharing it! I've got angel wings and I havent lost any weight just old age!!! II hate wearing sleevless because of them.
Contrats on your weight lose!! Way to go!!
Thanks for your kind words, and I like some of your ideas about lace and fabric!
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