OK, actually I made the red one months ago. But the black one is new. And I only started wearing the red one this week so I think it's appropriate to mention here.
Save This Shirt is really creative. Makes you want to cut up every t-shirt you own. Most of the projects, however, have a definite.... (searching for a different word for rag-a-muffin, because I'm realizing it's a weird descriptor that may not be as commonly used as I once thought)... well, most of the projects give off a sloppy, boho very DIY vibe. As in, the finished product will always look precisely like you cut up an old t-shirt and restitched it together. Think Arts+Crafts, not Fierce.
But that's OK, completely because you ARE using old nasty t-shirts instead of fancy new fabric, so you basically know what you will get. Which, in my case, meant that I felt free to completely disregard any numbers or measurements given in the directions. Because, kiddos, as I mentioned earlier it was so hot + my 3rd floor apartment was even hotter and my sewing corner was the hottest ("That's hot"). Speed was the name of the game.Commemorative Golden Knights Edition T-Shirt from the wildly successful Blitz Build of yesteryear.