"Grandchildren are the dots that connect the lines from generation to generation."
I've been thinking about tangling a t-shirt for a long time, but just kept putting it off. Finally I picked up a shirt when I was at a store recently, and one for my grandson also. I figured if I did his shirt first it would not take as long (he's not quite 2 years old, so his shirt is much smaller than mine) and would be a good way to test out the process and decide if I want to do more. My first thought was to do a cute picture of something, but since I can't draw and I don't have any appropriate stencils, I settled on just drawing some squares (which I do have a stencil for). Here's how the shirt started out.
Here's a closeup picture so that you can see the tangles a little better.
Now the best picture of all. My grandson, Hudson, modeling the shirt. My totally unbiased opinion is that he looks adorable in his new shirt! And when he returns home to Mississippi after the weekend (if I don't kidnap him first), he will undoubtedly be the envy of all his day care buddies.