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9 Ways To Transform Old T-Shirts
Your future football player will steal all the attention at the big game with this Little Linebacker Football Onesie. No sew projects like this one are simple, quick, and save you a fortune. This homemade outfit uses a brown onesie, which you can purchase if you don't have one already, and iron-on ribbon to transform your child into a superstar athlete. Not only is it the perfect outfit for game day, but it also makes a great baby Halloween costume. If your kids are too big for onesies, you can use this tutorial on a t-shirt too. This adorable football outfit is sure to have all the fans cheering at your tailgate party.
Your pet is like a member of your family, and you want to treat them that way. Unfortunately, with the prices of pet beds it can be hard to give your best. Try the No-Sew DIY Cat Bed to create something completely adorable for your pet. An unbelievable homemade cat bed, this haven is made from a wire clothes hanger and t-shirt. Every time your furry friend recoils in this DIY bed you can marvel at its ingenuity and budget-friendliness.
The Light as a Feather Tee is a great example of what to make with old t shirts lying unused in your closet. With just a marker and an hour of time, you can follow this t-shirt tutorial to make a DIY t-shirt that looks exceptionally fresh. DIY t-shirt ideas allow you to get creative with your wardrobe without spending a cent. Feathers mean different things to different people, but hopefully this do it yourself clothing project will mean something extra-special to you.
This DIY no-sew Jazzy Refashioned Shirt tutorial follows the latest trends in runway fashion and delivers a geometrically-designed shirt craft that is chic, unique, and simple as can be. If you need some ideas for old shirt, paint some wooden beads and glue them onto the front and back of the shirt in a symmetrical design. Once the glue has dried, you will have added some pizzazz to an otherwise plain top. Use the same pattern for a DIY t-shirt or sweater so that you can be in style at any time of the year.
The DIY No Sew Pillows will add flair to your home decor but won't take all afternoon to make. No sew pillows are just as lovely as sewn pillows and with the help of this tutorial you can learn how to make a pillow without a needle and thread!
The best thing about these No Sew Covered Button Pushpins? They make really quick $2 gifts! Gift a friend with these pushpins and a cute board with a personal card. No sew projects are also great for using up leftover fabric from your stash.
Instead of spending extra money on a wreath that will only last you one season, make your own Magical Lights Tulle Wreath. Not only does this tutorial show you how to make a wreath, but also how to make it glow with beautiful lighting. How many wreaths can you say actually light up? Your house will definitely be one to stop and look at during the holidays with the warm atmosphere created by this homemade wreath.
These T-Shirt Slippers are a clever way to upcycle t-shirts. All you need is string and strips of t-shirt fabric to weave the bottoms of these slippers. No sewing is required for this upcycling project and the slippers are machine washable.
You'll be surprised by how quickly and easily you can create the No Sew Eyeglasses Case. Find a cute potholder and the no sew fabric projects are endless! Here's a super easy craft and handy accessory to hold your eyeglasses or sunglasses in.
Fill your room with light but an added touch of decor with these Pottery Barn Inspired Drape Shade Curtains. No sew fabric crafts like this one are a breeze to make. Make your own curtains by following these simple instructions.