Watermark Tee 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.. Button Statment Rings « It’s September and that means it’s time to add another statement piece to your collection…. obviously!
I heart almost every piece Nicole Richie designs for House Of Harlow 1960, especially her oversized rings. As amazing as these rings are they’re also an easy DIY. My friend Jenni, from I Spy DIY, did a project a few months back where she transformed buttons into earrings. #SuperFab This got me thing…let’s transform buttons into statement rings! Buttons, buttons everywhere!! Materials: Buttons, Clippers, Glue, Rings With Flat Tops (available at the jewelry supply store) Use your clippers to remove the shank from the back of the button. Once you’ve made the back of the button flat, use an ample amount of glue to secure the ring to the back of the button. Here’s another hint: If you can’t find a flat ring base, Ring Pops are a fun alternative. Once the base has dried, glue on the button. Embroidery Designs at Urban Threads - Projects. When I hear “beanie” the first thing I usually think of is those little multicolored ones you see in cartoons with the little propellers on top.
Well, “beanies” are something quite different now, and they’re fast becoming a fashion statement for both guys and gals. The thing about hats is they always looked really difficult to make to me. They were all ... roundy, and fitted ... and brimmed. I really wanted to stick some swank embroidery designs on a beanie, but hooping them wasn’t really an option. The only way to embellish my beanie would be to make it myself.
Well, once I stopped needlessly panicking and did a little research, I found out that making a swank beanie is really quite simple, and since you make it yourself, you can embellish it however you like. Embroidery Designs at Urban Threads - Projects. Now, the next part is not really an exact science.
Every shirt is different, and it especially matters if you're dyeing white to dark like me, or maybe just a color to a similar dark color. If you're really unsure about things, you can always test dye a swatch of fabric. In fact, I recommend it, because as I found out, the dye doesn't always behave like you think it will... DIY Shift Dress. 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. But, I never wear them for anything other than around the house because they are large men's t-shirts and look completely shapeless on me. Then I found this great tutorial on YouTube for how to make a big t-shirt a fitted shirt! - T-Shirt Surgery: How to Make a Shirt Fit So, while I was staying with my mom at her camper this summer (she lives & travels in an RV), I asked her to help me try it out. First, a before & after look at the t-shirt we did. So, here's how it's done. Start with a t-shirt you love that's just too big Turn the shirt inside out and lay a shirt that DOES fit you on top of it, lining up the collars so that you can be sure it is centered over your large t-shirt.
Thanks to brianagayle for the video tutorial & tips! Annie Spandex » How To Make Tank Tops Out Of T-Shirts (Without Touching A Sewing Needle) Vintage & Thrift Clothing, Blog, Stores & Toronto Maps- My Vintage Secret. Made By Lex » refashions. Women’s Romper Refashion Tutorial April 15, 2011 6:53 am One of the things I love about fashion is things always come back in style.
They may have minor tweaks and updates, but most things come back around. I love shopping at thrift and vintage stores because you can find so many great things. Often, they just need minor updates. I began with this sad dress. (If you’re new to sewing, I recommend using a cotton or cotton blend. The first thing you need to do is put the dress on and measure to your natural waist line. You will have the reamining skirt piece which we will make our shorts out of. Ok. Here’s what you’ll have. Sew each piece at the innerleg part. Then sew up the middle seams together making it you shorts! Now attach it to your top. Here’s what we have at this point. It needs definition.
Make a stitch all the way around the waist band, about 1/4 inch above the waistline. This top had lining so I just made a little hole in that pocket and ran some elastic through. That’s right.