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Pretty Pink Purse (made from an old shirt) for Aubrey

button down shirt refashion idea

Cute way to make tight t-shirts wearable again. (this is such a good DIY idea)

  • Yuliya Vaden

    I have done this with my old velure suits ;) of course I would end up with one suit instead of two, because I would use the material from one to stich lines on the sides of another

  • Caleigh Flynn

    I'm loving the hair in this picture! I need to see how this was done!! :)

  • Taylor Musick

    Ikr? I'm like can we talk about dat hair???

by Melissa Crowe This is a needle craft I could definitely get behind. Her work is pretty nifty & inspiring.

Ahhh...now I know what to do with those shirts that have shrunk a little in the wash!

DIY spiral ruffle shirt..why can't I do this!? Here's another one you can do for me Crystal Jones

Tutorial for this is actually on Spontaneous Threads (follow link) Look at those RUFFLES!!!

Purchase a pack of white tees (the more tees, the more ruffles you can create). Cut off a few inches from the bottom hem. The wider the panel, the larger the ruffle. Cut off one sleeve with sharp fabric scissors for the asymmetrical neck. Scrunch, pin, and sew to the diagonal neckline. If your tee is too loose around the underarm, add a few stitches or pin it to achieve the perfect fit!

DIY ruffle pillows! This would match the ruffled comforter DIY I've got saved for that "some day". Make a few of these in different colors and voila!

Nasty Gal Biker Pocket Tee - You could probably DIY this...

one more reason I wish I had a sewing machine/knew how to sew. These DIY shirts with ruffles are so cute!