Flounce DIY – Sewing Blog. Flounces are great for summer time!
Here you can see how to create your own flounce from a plain T-Shirt in three simple steps. Materials: - 1 man’s T-shirt and 1 smaller woman’s T-shirt. . - Twill tape, 3 cm (11/4 in) wide, length = circumference of man’s shirt plus 5 cm (2 ins). Step 1: On man’s shirt, mark the diagonal upper edge and the armhole edge. Step 2: On woman’s shirt, cut off lower edge, to use as ruffle, and cut one side seam open Step 3: On ruffle piece, press narrow edges to wrong side, 2 cm (3/4 in) wide, turn raw edges under, and stitch in place.
For the waist casing, pin twill tape to inside of top with upper edge of tape at marked waist. Also try amping up this simple skirt by adding a couture ruffle with color contrast! Materials: Straight skirt, pieces of fabric in colour of skirt and in contrasting colour, each 65 × 65 cm (26 × 26 ins), sewing thread, and tailor’s chalk Instructions: Pin fabric pieces together, right sides facing. Happy DIYing! Photos: Jan Schmiedel. On the Banks of Squaw Creek: Refashions. So…I found a couple long sleeved tees at walmart yesterday for $1 each.
I knew I wanted to refashion them somehow, so I’ve been browsing for inspiration. Here are some of my faves that seem do-able with my limited sewing skills. Made by Lex: Little Birdie Secrets: Ruffles and Roses. Crafterhours: Tee to Tank: A Tutorial by Jen from Upcycled Education. This is one of my favorite t-shirt refashions of all time.
For a number of reasons. First, let me tell you that this t-shirt to tank refashion wasn’t my idea. Jen posted this on her facebook page and I jumped at the chance to have a crafty morning with her and watch her make it. Jen blogs at Upcycled Education– a blog I recommend you peruse, especially if you’re an educator– formally or informally. She’s full of good ideas and fun finds and her enthusiasm is catchy.
Second, it is soooo quick and easy that it takes less than half an hour. Third, it uses tees you probably already have a million of and don’t enjoy the fit of but have a hard time discarding. Fourth, this t-shirt to tank only requires a tee, scissors and thread. So my girls and I spent a lovely morning yesterday with Jen and her daughter. Are you ready to see? One of Jen’s tips for this project is that you can use a tee that already fits well. In step 1 you’re making five cuts. Steps 2, 3 and 4 are pretty straightforward. The world's best sewing tutorials in no particular order.
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Skirts. YouCanMakeThis.com. T-Shirt Dress - Martha Stewart Kids' Crafts. Empire Cut Blouse. Empire cut Blouse, T-Shirt reconstruction with Tutorial Iâ€™ve been fascinated with all the T shirt reconstruction Iâ€™ve seen around, so yesterday, I was bored and decided to make my own reconstruction..
I had a big t shirt (it was my momâ€™s) I trace it and start cuttingâ€¦ This is how it looks like, I canâ€™t wear tight T-shirts, very often I get stomach inflammation because thanks to digestive problems, and sometimes I look like Iâ€™m 4 months pregnant, so this blouse is perfect for those days. Of course I need to perfection it but it wasnâ€™t that bad for my first attempt, what do you think? Well I thought I made a tutorial of how I made it.. please bear with me since English is not my first language, and if something needs corrections or do you need more explanation please let me know, this will also be my first tutorial. Sewing Patterns Online. This is a collection of patterns and links to sewing patterns for clothing for older children and adults.
Some of the patterns that I link to are charity patterns, and they ask that if you use them for personal use, that you make an extra and give it to a charity. I think that's a lovely thought, and encourage everyone to do so. Return to Another Family Spot Links about Judaism for kids Credits for graphics and webrings Like the page?