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9 Ways To Transform Old T-Shirts
Take a trip through this sewing tutorial and add The Timeless Bloomers to your closet. Learn the art of refashioning while simultaneously figuring out how to make bloomers for women. Depending on what size shorts you decide to transform, these bloomers can be for yourself or for baby. It's all a matter of how big you want your project to be. Whether you add these to your baby sewing projects or your list of lovelies for yourself, these bloomers are sure to impress.
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
Give your old neckties a second chance at life. Check out the Necktie Refashion Into Necklace or Wallet projects. Wardrobe refashioning is fun, but making your own accessories is truly rewarding. Wear or use these cute pieces everyday!
Tired of dragging your bulky ironing board into your sewing room just to press a few seams? Say hello to this No Sew DIY Ironing Board, a mini DIY ironing board that is made from upcycling furniture. Instead of selling an old unused table at a garage sale, you can staple fabric to it and be ready to iron in a matter of minutes. Use a small sized table, such as a TV dinner table, which will fit perfectly in your sewing space. No sew projects like this one are easy ways to improve your living spaces without spending a dime.
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!
Even if you're bored of a top, you can jazz it up to get some extra wear from it. The Simple Dress with Tank is a great way to learn how to make your own clothes. Use this sewing tutorial to make a stylish new look. This upcycling method shows you a free easy sewing pattern that will save you a few dollars. When you design and make your own clothes, you get to customize the look however you want. Cute sewing projects like this one are sure to make heads turn while staying on a budget.
At first glance you probably didn't realize that the Marilyn Pencil Skirt is refashioned from an actual pair of pants. Sewing skirts doesn't have to involve buying yards of expensive fabric. Instead of dishing out the dough for a brand new piece, learn how to sew a skirt from the existing articles in your closet. Once you're through making this daring design, don it for a day at the office, a family get-together, or a Friday night date with your sweetheart.
Don't know what to do with your old jeans? Make this Recycled Denim Initial Keychain and give those jeans a new life. This easy to sew keychain is perfect for labeling your kid's lunchboxes and water bottles.
When the search for something to wear seems endless, turn to the Nothing to Wear T-Shirt Refashion. It's a thrifty way to make something new. By combing the material of two t-shirts, you can create a fun new piece.
If you have a vintage sweater, you can create this stylish skirt. It's a hipster look that you can make yourself by following the simple instructions. The High Waisted Skirt From Vintage Sweater project is great for winter.
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