Category Archive: Refashioned

DIY : Lacy T-shirt

You’ll need a t-shirt ,1/2 yard of stretchy lace fabric, and an hour of your time. This is the t-shirt I’m working on. Look how sad she is  : Measure and cut as… Continue reading

Sewing Idea : New Dress from Old Pattern

From this : This pattern is from the 1998 February issue of Female magazine. I’ve been wanting to sew a shift dress and this pattern’s measurements fit my body type. The fabric I’m… Continue reading

Mini Clothing Remakes

Some clothing remakes I did recently. They are pretty simple to make and some can be done by hand. Hope you’ll enjoy ! Boring shirt + scrap pleather. Cut the pleather into desire… Continue reading

DIY : A Paul Smith Inspired Bike Helmet

Lately, I’ve been toying with the idea of biking in the city. It mostly ends with contemplation on Death or on design ideas, like how to make my leg cast look super cool.… Continue reading

Diy : remake a tattered basket

This XL size basket was demoted to a scrap pattern paper basket when it developed holes and the loose handle syndrome. It was a good basket, great for throwing in swimming suits and… Continue reading

A DIY Jeans Bag Idea

Lovely, isn’t it ? I’m not being biased , as my little tween daughter sewed it up. She recycled a pair of pastel corduroy pants that has turned too hot for the weather… Continue reading

Refashion Project #001 : Baby Doll Tee to Grungy Look

This super easy project takes about 15 mins to complete. You’ll need a pair of SHARP scissors if you like the fringes to come out nice and straight. I’m wearing an example of… Continue reading

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