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9 Ways To Transform Old T-Shirts
The fun of making your own clothes is that it can lead to the birth of the scarf tee and other fun vintage patterns and creations.
It's amazing what you can do with a large cotton shirt. This dress has spring and summer written all over it. Make The Cabo Dress T-Shirt Refashion for an easy sewing project with great results.
It's gardening season, and what better way to start planting than with a homemade pair of garden gloves? This Easy 10 Minute Garden Gloves sewing tutorial will show you how to turn an old sweatshirt into beautiful gloves for gardening. Recycle the winter blues with this cute pair of gloves for spring!
Use an old denim dress to make your little girl a Ruffly Denim Skirt. Learn how to recycle old jeans with this easy sewing project. Add a cute ruffly hem to the bottom of the skirt to spice up the old denim.
Refashion jeans that you no longer wear into these Denim Placemats for your table. It's easy to make these placemats by sewing the denim into crazy quilt squares. It's a great sewing project if you are wondering what to do with old jeans.
Dive into summer sewing patterns with this Resort Chic Top. Nothing says upcycling like learning to make your own clothes, so turn that unsightly muumuu into your favorite outfit by refashioning it into an adorable top!
Jazz up your plain blazer in a few easy steps. With just a few materials you can sew this 15 Minute Lacy Blazer to easily add some flair to a formerly-ordinary jacket. Sewing your own clothes can be a fun and rewarding experience. A DIY blazer is the perfect way to update your wardrobe without spending a lot of money. You'll love showing off this stylish blazer in casual and formal environments. There's no need to spend big bucks on a designer product when you can sew a fashionable blazer all on your own.
Turn a woman's T-shirt into a ballet ruffle skirt for a little girl using this easy sewing project. You can also alter the pattern to make an adult sized skirt!
Take a trip back in time with this Refashioned 1960s Mod Dress. All you need to get a completely authentic '60s vintage look is an old pair of polyester pants and a big old T-shirt. This is absolutely one of the most fun free dress patterns that you'll find. It has such a great color block design, and the tutorial is incredibly easy to follow. Get out those platform boots and some big hoop earrings to complete the 1960s look!
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