Upcycled sewing made simple by Paganoonoo. As seen in Threads magazine #177
Paganoonoo.com Gallery Upcycle sewing pattern "Peggy" made from men's shirts by Michelle Paganini
Upcycled Mean's shirts by Michelle Paganini thriftedgiftedboughtmade.blogspot.com
Shhhh! We won't tell anyone and no one will be able to tell! A quick fix to make tighter jeans a little more comfortable in the waist. This quick sewing trick is easy to learn! http://www.ehow.com/how_4924641_make-jeans-waist-bigger.html?utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_medium=referral&utm_content=freestyle&utm_campaign=fanpage
RepurposedMe Items - Necklaces - Forkin'Art... The world's junk is a creative man's treasure.
DIY Restyle, Lace Applique Jeans, i would love this with some turquoise jewelry & accessories!!! And of course, some blue eyeshadow!
Of all the cut up shirts I have seen on here- this is by far the best!
Tutorial: Add backpack straps to a thrifted purse
DIY Nautical Button Skirt - a faux panel easy using fabric left over when shortening, add buttons to give the impression of a button up style.
DIY Tutorials: How to Renew the Old Clothes - Pretty Designs
DIY Neon Lace Clutch diy craft ideas diy ideas diy idea easy diy diy fashion fashion diy diy accessories craft fasion
DIY Modifier le haut d'un top. (Stella Tee Shirt) (http://www.prettydesigns.com/diy-projects-try-diy-fashion-spice-wardrobe/)
DIY: Bleach Gel Pen - great tutorial on how to make your own for pennies.
DIY Clothes | Fashionista Pieces
DIY FLAPPER FRINGE SKIRT crafts craft ideas easy crafts diy ideas diy crafts diy clothes diy skirt easy diy fun diy craft clothes craft fashion fashion diy craft skirt
DIY Bleach Doodles T-Shirt Using the Clorox Bleach Pen. There have been other tutorials using the Clorox Bleach Pen, but none that offered such good advice, or did such a great job of drawing on a T-Shirt.
DIY clothes - Spoki
How to Strip a Shirt for Fabric :: by Babs at Fiery Phoenix
Cute & easy idea
Add special fabric. Possible fix For button ups that are too tight.
Inset in back
Refashion idea for those shirts that are a little too tight around the mid section.....just add a fabric inset :)