crochet detail on t-shirt restyle - great way to make a shirt just a little bit smaller around the waist, or where you need it.
This thing is crazy cool! Kangaroo "Skin to skin" tank. Would be great at the hospital and first few weeks with baby.
pWhen people think of DIY clothes they tend to think of making things like dresses or shirts and other things that are fairly standard. This amazing DIY zipper sleeve from Trash to Couture is a great way to set yourself apart from everyone else making their own clothes. Using an /p Fashion, Tees Diy, Diy Tutorials, Trash To Couture, Diy Clothing, Diy Clothes, T Shirts, Zippers Tees, Tutoriales Tshirt Recycle
Trash To Couture: My Zipper Tee DIY tutorial...Tshirt Recycle
Quick and easy way to create a unique fitted shirt from an over-sized T-shirt. Believe it or not, this is done by braiding, not sewing
Take an old sweater. Cut a slit in along the shoulder down about 7. Fold over raw edge and sew in place. Sew a piece of ribbon about 15 long to one side of neckline and another ribbon to the other side of the neckline. Tie together! Sewing In, Sweaters, Fashion, Old Sweater, Ribbons, Ties, Bows, Diy, Covers Up
Try this. Take an old sweater. Cut a slit in along the shoulder down about 7. Fold over raw edge and sew in place. Sew a piece of ribbon about 15 long to one side of neckline and another ribbon to the other side of the neckline. Tie together!
Take a plain old sweatshirt and add a fabric of your choice!
DIY lace pocket shorts Here’s what you’ll need: - Any pair of shorts that has pockets - Lace fabric (the lace I used is just a curtain I found at a thrift shop for $1) - Scissors - A needle and thread - A marker/pencil A Mini-Saia Jeans, Diy Lace, Colors Jeans, Lace Pocket, Diy Clothing, Plain Tees, Jeans Shorts, Pocket Shorts, Colored Jeans
To do on a tshirt pocket
Buy a Hanes sweatshirt & create a pocket in this pattern for an adorable, stylish, & comfy look! Pair with skinny jeans or leggings and boots! gotta try!
Way to upcycle a too-big shirt...absolute diy - this is an awesome idea!
Place a cut-out on a shirt and then spray bleach around it.
D.I.Y. Racerback Workout Shirt MATERIALS: - Old t-shirt (I used my old college tshirt! We were Home of the Fighting Poets. Hahahahaha. How threatening :P) - Pair of scissors TIME: 15 min DIRECTIONS: 1. Cut away the crew neck the sleeves and the bottom. For the sleeves, you will want to start at the shoulder (you decide how thick you want the strap to be) and cut straight into the chest area. Then Tees Shirts, Diy Tank, Workout Shirts, Workout Gears, Old Shirts, Racerback Tank, Running Shirts, Diy Shirts, Old T Shirts
For the race shirts!
tutorial on how to convert an old tee into a Jane Eyre- era shrug.
Freezer paper stenciling...I see a Yoda silouette shirt in my future