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Make This Look. Little Red Infinity Dress Tutorial. February 14, 2011 I’m always searching for a beautiful, well-fitting, versatile dress, and I finally found it.

Little Red Infinity Dress Tutorial

In fact, I MADE it. The infinity dress has got it all! You can wear this amazing dress basically any way you feel comfortable–and it can look like a new dress each time! I made my infinity dress in about 3 hours and for under $20! I found these infinity dresses on Craftster years ago and have always loved them. First, you need to do some measuring. So, 30/6.28 = 4.7. Then I decided on length of skirt and came up with 18″.

To make your straps, you need to decide how wide to make them. To determine strap length, you need to make them 1.5 times your height. So, got that? To make your pattern, get packing paper, freezer paper, or a bunch of pieces of computer paper taped together. Then I measured 18″ down from that and made another line for my skirt length. Cut out on your lines. Next, cut a waistband 10″ tall and the length of your waist you measured. Now for construction. Related. DIY. Trash to Couture original DIY tutorials Click on the links below the pictures to see the page.


Urban Renewal. DIY Shift Dress. Make a Dress from a Button-Down Shirt. m1vn8coNiQ1ql7y9bo1_1280.jpg (307×880) DIY: No-sew Beach Cover + How to Use a Pareo/Sarong. Wow!

DIY: No-sew Beach Cover + How to Use a Pareo/Sarong

Back in February I made a DIY beach cover up that has had a crazy popular response. I've been meaning to make a no-sew version, but I haven't been able to. A lot of people have criticized my dark brown color choice for the original post, but in the winter there weren't tons of bright colored jersey fabrics being sold in stores. I went again this past weekend and *still* couldn't find a good shade to use for this no-sew version. So- I'm going to show you how to make it two different ways, one of the ways will use the pictures from the original post and then I'll draw in the differences. The second way involves a pareo (I got mine at for $6/each. 1.75 yards of jersey or stretchy cotton material* Ribbon/any other material for a strap Scissors (1) Cut it.

. (2) Braid it. . (3) Attach it. . (4) Adjust it. Now let's get to sarongs or pareos. Let's talk about wearing them! (1) Twist front. . (2) Greek. . (3) One Shoulder. . (5) Knotted Front. . (6) Vest. That was the longest post. DIY 20 Minute Beach Cover Up. ** NO SEW VERSION CLICK HERE!

DIY 20 Minute Beach Cover Up

****HIGH-BACK VERSION/STREET WEAR- CLICK HERE****HALTER VERSION- CLICK HERE****MAXI WITH THICK STRAPS HERE** Need more help? Click HEREProbably my favorite 'la vie' project... ever. I was browsing through a swimwear catalog and saw an adorable beach cover up. I sooo wanted it, but obviously I wasn't spending $45 on it, plus, it was totally make-able. I made some revisions and here it is! Maybe it seems a little too early to be thinking about the beach... but seriously, I can't wait. So- without further ado- the 20 Minute Beach Cover Up! (1) Cut it. . (2) Braid it. . (3) Attach it. Another option: if it's bunching too much in back, you can add in a tapered curve.