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9 Ways To Transform Old T-Shirts
If you're tired of that old, boring denim skirt, then this cute sewing project is perfect. This Flirty Denim Skirt is great for a night out or a day in the office. Work with what you own- no need to waste money on new clothes!
The designer of this project calls it the "easiest skirt to make in the entire world". We like the sound of that! In just 20 minutes you can transform an over-sized shirt into a wearable skirt. Design and make your own clothes with this easy idea.
Take a sweater you no longer wear and turn it into your favorite accessory. The Sweater Into Infinity Scarf Tutorial is a step-by-step guide that will lead you to create a stylish sewn item.
A Little Princess Upcycled Nightie is the perfect project for your young girl. Not only does this simple tutorial deliver a much loved nightgown to your daughter, it teaches you how to upcycle a man's shirt to reduce waste in your home. Ideas for upcycling like this one make dreams come true, both for the recipient of this nightie and the seamstress. When you're through with the body of your work you can embellish this nightgown to suit your little princess.
Need a new use for an old plaid shirt? Ever wanted to learn how to sew your own clothes? This Summer Dress is perfect for you! No need to leave the house or head to the mall.
Use the Girl's Rosette Shrug Refashion to create something fun and new with old material. All you need is a plain T-shirt and you're ready to refashion. Wardrobe refashion projects like this one can build a closet full of unique items.
Elizabeth Taylor's Favorite Lace Skirt is undoubtedly a project you'll want to try. If not for the ease of this simple skirt pattern, make a skirt like this for its classic style. Create this vintage look from merely a thrifted tee shirt, an elastic band, and your sewing skills. For those who want evergreen fashion without the cost, this beautiful bottom is just what you're after. You determine the fit of this golden-age skirt based off of the size tee you refashion, making you the star of this sewing project.
Turn a pretty pillowcase into a pleated dress for your daughter using this free, easy sewing pattern. The finished dress is comfy and roomy with an oversize bow on the front.
Everyone needs a good apron to wear around the kitchen. Why not make one with material you already have? The Scrappy Upcycled Apron is a free sewing idea for anyone looking to make something useful and thrifty.
Save your sweater scraps from other projects and instead of putting them in the trash, put them in your hair. Once you use them to create the Sweater Hair Clippies you'll have a great hair accessory you can wear anytime. Make several and give some away as
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