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Versatile for travel - DIY Two Tutorials for the Bina Brianca Wrap. Have you see this? It can be worn as a scarf, cardigan, poncho, blouse, shrug, stole, turtleneck, shoulder scarf, back wrap, tunic and headscarf. Download the PDF “how-to” manual from Bina Brianca here. Top Photo: Bina Brianca Wrap here, Bottom Photos: DIY Bina Brianca Wrap Tutorial by Organized Living Solutions here. Not pictured original tutorial for the wrap at The Craft Guild here.

I’d seen on blogs where people would create a cardigan from an old sweater and I thought I’d try that with this tee. So I put it on and made a chalk line down the center. T-shirts tend to be a bit wonky, so this was a better method than just cutting up what looked like the middle since it could end up crooked.

Serger Pepperfrom Serger Pepper

Button Up Shirt Refashion: A RoundUp

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DIY vest from 2 oversized t-shirts (for me--should use long-sleeved shirts for a cardi) (jun 20, 2011)

Cut Out + Keepfrom Cut Out + Keep

Diy Swimsuit

Idea: Rockabilly sweetheart halter from men's button-down shirt. Unfortunately this site doesn't have a how-to, but it looks easy enough to replicate. I'd cut straight across to form a "tube" (below the sleeves), take in the sides, gather the front to create the sweetheart neckline, and then add straps to create the halter.

BurdaStylefrom BurdaStyle

The perfect shrug?

Free Shrug Pattern

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