Whether you’re nervous or just ate too much candy, sometimes you can’t help when your stomach gets in knots.
Place a t-shirt on an ironing board. Insert parchment paper between the front and back layers of the t-shirt. On the front of the t-shirt arrange iron-on letters near the top of the shirt to spell out ‘stomach in knots’. Follow the directions for the iron-on letters to adhere them to the shirt. Allow to cool completely.
Turn the t-shirt over with the back facing upward. Move the parchment paper to the bottom half of the t-shirt. Cut four lengths of rope or thick twine at least 3’ long. Attach the ropes to the back of the shirt with a hot-glue gun, with the center of the ropes lined up with the middle of the back of the t-shirt.
Space each rope about 2-3 inches apart. Criss-cross a couple of the ropes if desired. When the glue has cooled, remove the parchment paper. Turn the shirt over and tie some knots in the loose tails.