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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.
Winter's on its way out, and your kids have probably gone through at least one pair of jeans already. Instead of tossing them in the trash, check out this Ready for Summer Denim Refashion. Crafting with old jeans is a thrifty way to save money and improve your skills if you'd like to make your own clothes in the future. Your kids can have a brand new pair of shorts with some cute details in one evening after you're done with these jean refashioning projects.
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.
Are you a fan of the popular television show Glee? Make the Emma Pillsbury T-Shirt Refashion and get the character's classic style. Wardrobe refashioning is a thrifty way to recycle and make new clothes.
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.
Follow along with this sewing tutorial to make your own refashioned dress. A plain dress and a few ruffles go a long way in this easy beginner sewing project.
The DIY Side Gathered Shirt from Men's Shirt tutorial will show you how to take a too-big men's t-shirt and refashion it to fit you perfectly, complete with a cute little side shirred section. All you need for this tutorial is a soft t-shirt that is one or two sizes too big and a sewing machine. There are shirring hints in case you need some help. Instantly transform that baggy tee into an instant hit that will be the envy of all your friends.
Make the Sweet Little Girl's Cardigan for your daughter or loved one. You can take a sweater you already own and refashion it to become an adorable cardigan for a little girl. It's a great way to make the most of your material.
Boys grow quickly, but that doesn't mean their wardrobes have to grow at the same rate. You can make Clean Cut-Off Shorts for Boys using a pair of pants they already have. Grab a pair of jeans your son has outgrown and see how easy it can be to turn those pants into good-as-new shorts. Cutting off jeans might seem challenging at first, but easy patterns like this show you how to give those DIY cut-off shorts a professional finish. Check out the photos to see how to make cut-off shorts that your son will love.
When it comes to wardrobe refashion projects, the more creative you can get the better! The T-Skirt Tutorial uses fabric you already have to create a new garment you can wear as a long tunic or a dress.
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