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9 Ways To Transform Old T-Shirts
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!
This Silk Scarf Shirt is simple and inexpensive to make. Recycle some silky scarves and turn them into a stylish stop with this shirt sewing pattern. Check out this easy sewing tutorial to make a breezy summer top.
With these free sewing patterns, dollar shirts never looked so good! Buy some cheap t-shirts and refashion them into trendy tops with this sewing tutorial.
If you've never thought to make a baby bib from denim, explore this idea. The Fast Easy Baby Bib is made from old jeans. You probably already have everything you need to make this cute and simple sewing project.
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 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.
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!
This ingenious project turns a man's button down shirt into a fun skirt. Try this free sewing pattern and turn your trash into trendy treasure.
There are three reasons to make the Little Man Diaper Clutch. First, this DIY diaper bag is adorable and incredibly easy. Second, it's cheap - all you need is an old suit jacket that was destined for the trash heap. And finally, it's multi-purpose. Just one of these takes no time at all to sew, so you can whip one up for your little one's diapers-to-go and another for makeup or travel razors. Just pack it all away into this convenient little clutch and never worry about running out of fresh diapers again.
Nothing is scarier than cutting into an old favorite piece of clothing, but it's easy to upcycle t-shirts or other tops when the results yield this Sew Retro Lace Shirt. Do-it-yourself shirts never looked so daringly Edwardian. Thanks to this simple shirt pattern embellishment, you can transform your old white button up to reflect the romance from a century ago. All it takes is a dowdy top, some lace, and of course, your needle and thread to create this masterpiece.
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