A couple days ago I posted about these SheInside sweatshirts that I've had my eye on. I received a few comments warning me about SheInside's lack of quality and customer service (I don't have a personal opinion, I have never purchased from the site), and a suggestion that I should DIY the sweatshirt instead. So, that's exactly what I did. I made a tutorial explaining how I made the sweatshirt and even included the pattern I used for whomever would like to make their own as well. The sweatshirt cost me less than $10 total, and only took about half an hour to come up with the design and make it. I think it turned out very well and it was definitely worth it.
What I used:
Plain black sweatshirt (I bought a men's size large for that oversized feel)
Pack of dark-fabric transfers (iron-on transfers for dark material)
You can save and print the pattern I designed through the following links:
Both black and white (save paper!)
Print the pattern by changing the print layout to landscape and scaling it to 100% of the page. Print the pattern (or a design of your own!) onto a sheet of the fabric transfers. Carefully cut it out.