I love wearing my husband’s shirts, unfortunately, he doesn’t love me taking them. I finally gave in and bought myself a pack of mens’ undershirts
to get me through this pregnancy, but was disappointed when I realized that the neck line was super low.
There’s nothing comfortable about having to put your hand on your chest every time you bend over. Luckily, I came up with a quick fix–a dart.
I simply made a dart in the back of the neckline, and it created a higher neckline in front. This was the easiest fix for me since I didn’t want to deal with the shoulder seams.
Keep in mind that this shirt is HUGE, so the dart in the back didn’t affect the rest of the shirt.
Because I normally wear my hair down, the subtle dart in the back doesn’t bother me at all.
Since the shirt is a knit, I used a zig-zag stitch and a ball point needle. I went over the zig-zag with a straight stitch after so the thread wouldn’t show through.
After sewing the dart, be sure to check the fit before you cut off the extra fabric.
The view from the back.
And the front :)
Good luck if you try it!