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Category: Refashioning and Upcycling
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.
Combining three ready-to-wear cotton pieces completed the Poppy Fields Fall Maxi Dress. Use this easy DIY maxi dress as inspiration to create your own. Women's maxi dresses are not only easy to make, they're comfy and trendy.
Over-sized t-shirts are often an unwanted wardrobe staple, but they have little use if you never wear them. Now you can refashion an old t-shirt into a cute peplum top using a simple DIY Ravishing Peplum Refashion. Recycling is done in more ways than one, such as reusing, refashoning, and rewearing. Crafts with t-shirts demonstrate the lengths to which your creativity can go in being thrifty and fashionable in your daily life.
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.
If your husband (or father, brother, son, etc) has a drawer full of old T-shirts, put them to use! Follow this free, easy sewing pattern to turn old T-shirts into groovy pants for a child.
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.
Want something crafty and trendy to use in your kitchen? The Recycled Denim Oven Mitt is an easy sewing project. You'll find your new oven mitt to be useful and durable.
It's so simple to take a few cheap materials and make something cute and new. Let the Refashion a Boy's Hat Tutorial show you how.
Once you complete the refashion sweater for boys you'll want to make your own clothes all the time. It's a super simple and fast project and wardrobe refashioning is good for your wallet. Your little boy will look adorable in his new (smaller) sweater.
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.
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