Ready to make your own? First, grab an old knit Tshirt and decide where you want the top of the waist line to hit your little girl. Place a pin there and measure down about 2 inches. Then cut the shirt off there. ***Don’t throw the rest of the shirt away….I’ll show you how to use it on a different project. Then cut two large rectangles for the skirt section of the dress. My two pieces were 33 inches wide x 25 inches long. The front of my shirt was 11 inches across, so I tripled that and ...

Ready to make your own? First, grab an old knit Tshirt and decide where you want the top of the waist line to hit your little girl. Place a pin there and measure down about 2 inches. Then cut the shirt off there. ***Don’t throw the rest of the shirt away….I’ll show you how to use it on a different project. Then cut two large rectangles for the skirt section of the dress. My two pieces were 33 inches wide x 25 inches long. The front of my shirt was 11 inches across, so I tripled that and ...

This girl does one refashion a day of awkward thrift store clothes and nails it almost every time

This girl does one refashion a day of awkward thrift store clothes and nails it almost every time

Funky Fabric website - fabric and patterns plus patterns and a boat load of other goodies!

Funky Fabric website - fabric and patterns plus patterns and a boat load of other goodies!

chapstick coozie!!! :) attach it to your keyring and you never have to dig for chapstick again!!! YAY!!! easy, AND uses very little fabric...would make a great stocking stuffer!

chapstick coozie!!! :) attach it to your keyring and you never have to dig for chapstick again!!! YAY!!! easy, AND uses very little fabric...would make a great stocking stuffer!

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