Torn jeans "patched" with lace. oh so cute! DIY Edgy grommet leggings. Supplies: leggings yards of grommet trim DIY instructions: Try leggings on and place a safety pin where you want the slit to go (don't go too high).
For me I wear longer tops with leggings so about mid thigh is good. Then cut down the middle of the leggings to that point (just the front side). Pin the whole trim all the way around with ends at the bottom. Sew... all the way around. how it will look... Lace up string starting at the top. Ladies, these are meant to be fun and edgy...that's what fashion is all about! Large T-Shirt to Fitted Tee Tutorial. I have these two t-shirts that I love.
They're soft, comfortable, and have good worn (and sentimental) designs on them. How to make your t-shirt vintage soft: Brine Your ... DIY Zadig et Voltaire Cut-Out Skull Tee. Thanks to the amazing work of the late Lee Alexander McQueen, the sparkly clutches of Thomas Wylde, and the wearable art of Zadig et Voltaire, skulls have found a place in high-end and mainstream fashion.
Even the goodest of the good girls are sporting skulls on everything from blinged out bags to preppy polos. Cut outs are a fun and fresh form of embellishment and lucky for us they are easy enough to do on your own. Try livening up a white tee with a deathly skull- if drawing isn’t your strong-suit, print out a picture, lay it between the layers of your shirt and hold the shirt up to a window to trace a shape on to the back. Keep the shapes simple- the less pieces you cut out the less you have to sew and the quicker the process will be! Draped Jersey Circle Top Tutorial.
(yep, my sister's wearing pajama pants... i advise that you don't wear it like this, haha) You may have noticed that I like really, simple shaped clothing.
Like, 1-3 pieces total. This is no exception. A total of 2 seams (3 if you add a neckband) and 2 pieces (or 1, if you don't add a neckband). I've seen these EVERYWHERE, and they retail for around $20-$40, sometimes more and sometimes less. To me, that's crazy! Take an old sweater. Cut a slit in along the ... Re-do an old shirt. DIY. Crochet Trim Seam. Cut side seams and sleeves off if you use a tshirt (here I used a tank).
Sew front to back right sides together. Lay out and pin where you want the armhole to go. Top stitch new side seam leaving armhole open. Sweatshirt liposuction. That’s really the only way to describe it.
DIY big-to-smaller hoodie I’ve seen too many cute little hoodie refashions around to not make one myself. This old sweatshirt used to be one of my brother-in-laws. Not sure which one. Bleach Pen. Ich habe im Internet einen Bleach Pen entdeckt und was man damit machen kann.
Heute habe ich meinen ersten Versuch gestartet, ein T Shirt zu bemalen...ist noch nicht so perfekt geworden, aber ich finde es ganz lustig. Im Grunde hat es den Effekt wie beim Batiken, nur anders herum. Man nimmt ein farbiges Shirt und trägt die Bleiche auf, mit dem Stift und seiner feinen Spitze ganz einfach. Es gibt aber keine scharfe Kante, sondern verläuft etwas. Ich habe vielleicht auch zu lange gewartet mit dem auswaschen. Watermark Tee Tutorial by Sweet Verbana. Hello U-Create readers!
I am so excited to be guest posting here today. It just so happens to be my first guest post and I'm still a little shocked that it's here at Ucreate, one of my favorite blogs! A little bit about me.. I'm from a little town called Keller, Texas. My Laced Up Collar Sleeves. DIY. Supplies: Old tshirt or jersey cotton.
Eyelet Grommet Pliers Set or I've seen metal grommet trimming sold at most fabric stores in leather... T_shirt_surgery: First Post! + 2 reconstructions. I've been lurking around this community for well over a year, but I really haven't completed any good shirts until now.
I was home sick today, and what better time to finish two projects? I didn't bother to take any picture before cutting up the first shirts, so I found others in the same styles: Green tank = white tank w/ laceThe blue tube top is the exact same as the pink tube top I cut up C: Old Mens T-shirt Sewn Into Women's Dolman Tee. Try this with some oversized t-shirts-It is sold out ... Tutorial: Lighter Than Air Peasant Top. It's still really warm here. It is, after all, early August in North Carolina, and I'm not complaining; if I wanted cool weather, I'd live in a different part of the country. But my mind has been wandering more frequently to the quickly-approaching end of summer, when I'll go back to school and will have to wear more subdued, school-appropriate clothing, and fewer strappy dresses and summery frocks.
2 t-shirts to one top. A babydoll T-shirt, cut out the back and replace ... Lace + old t-shirt = absolutely love this! CRAFT: Bleach Art Tees (with Tulip Fabric Dye!) I just came back from an eight-day cruise where we crafted, ate, and had as much fun as possible. I came home, unpacked and was excited to get crafty with some new t-shirts I bought for $8 each. The technical term for this technique is called "discharge dyeing", it's where you use bleach to remove color from fabric, but I like to think of it as "bleach art. " Tutorial~Ruffle shirt~ I have been a big fan of Down East Basics and Shade for a few years now. I wear Wonder tees from Down East all the time. Pearls & Scissors: DIY Romantic Lace T-shirt (and pattern)
DIY Romantic Lace T-shirt (and pattern) I think no-one would argue with the fact that t-shirts are a staple in any wardrobe, especially during the warmer months. I was doing a little spring cleaning in my closet the other day, putting away my winter wardrobe, and organizing for spring, when I realized I had only a few basic t-shirt, and half of them were black.