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DIY Twisted Tee. Supplies: Large Tshirt Cool twisted tee I designed with cutouts in all the right places and all you need is a tshirt. You can even make it a dress with a longer shirt. Cut the side seams on the bottom half...I cut the sleeves off and left about 4 inches on the upper parts of the seams. Depending on the length of your shirt you will need to cut accordingly.
Flip the shirt right sides together. Do the same on the back. Sew pinned sides right sides together. DIY: 5 min Tshirt Refashion. Supplies: Old Tshirt Summer is not over yet and for this Florida girl the lovely warmth will stick around much longer. Try this quick tshirt refashion that took me about 5 minutes and perfect for those last few trips to the beach/pool. Cute for band and game shirts too, just add a bandeau. DIY below... Cut sleeves off...Start a little bit lower than the sleeve, the lower you go the more you show. Use the left over sleeve to cut a string for the strap...like this here Cut shoulder seams...If you have a vneck don't cut the collar. Front: gradually cut the shoulder seams off starting from the sleeve as such. Back: Cut as such so it forms a gradually line to the side seam. Back: Fold the sides and then fold over the top part...sew along where the pin is... Use a continuous string/chain to attach from one point through the loop and to the other point.
I had some paint spilled on mine so what better way to fix then then a splash of Jacquard tie dying. DIY Strappy Summer Dress From Tshirt. Summer is here and I'm seeing more cover ups than ever. I created this strappy dress from a tshirt. It's simple but with a modern twist. It took me a good 10 minutes to complete. Use a large v-neck tshirt Remove the sleeves and then cut the shoulder seams apart. Using an iron fold over 1/2 inch seams. Top stitch the seams you just ironed 1/4 inch creating a casing for the string. Use a long string and safety pin to weave through the casing. Other wise the inner loop is for the halter part and the outer is for the shoulders. My Zipper Tee DIY tutorial...Tshirt Recycle. Supplies: Zipper 22 inches or so... old tshirt or 1 yard fabric. I am all about casual style, but usually like something to separate my tee from everyone elses. This started in middle school when I took my first sewing class and from their I was refashioning the family's "giveaway pile.
" Here is one I designed back then that I recreated for a tutorial. I wanted to share it because it's quite easy, yet still looks amazing! I've never seen anything like it...enjoy! For this zipper: I know they have double zippers, but they go the other way so you will have to make it like i did. You can use an old tshirt, it doesn't matter what size. If you use fabric: I used a light jersey cotton with a nice drape. If the fabric is light, I would suggest ironing interfacing to the edges so it wont wave from the zipper.
Sew the side seams if you used your own fabric. DIY Scarf to peasant blouse. Create a rectangular tube from your choice of fabric. Mine measured 25 x 18in. for one side and a set for the sleeves which was 16 x 8 in. Be creative…I've used scarves, pillow cases, etc. This was a set of curtains. Cut enough so the sleeve will fit into the bodice. Pin and sew the sleeves right sides together…. Sew the other side as well… and repeat for the other sleeve. It will look like this... fold over the top part, sleeves included. Sew a seam that will allow for the elastic or string to go through. With a safety pin, pull the elastic through… Once done sew the elastic together… and sew up the opening… Here are some other DIY projects I used from scarves: DIY fringe kilt from scarf. A little throw back post. Fall is in the air and what better print suits fall like plaid. I am of Scottish heritage and come from the Campbell clan.
Anything plaid I'm in love with, especially the famous green Campbell plaid. I found this buffalo plaid wool scarf for 1.00 and decided to make it into fringe kilt. I added a zipper to make it a little more modern. On one fringe side sew right sides together a zipper diagonal toward the fringe as shown in the picture. Once folded over it will look like this. Wrap the scarf around your waist to find the point where it fits snug. Flip the zipper right sides together and sew along the marked point in the previous picture.
It should look like this when flipped out. Use a snap to secure the rest of the scarf on the other hip. If you want it to fit snug in the back, follow the dart tutorial I posted on this skirt here. Still can be rocked as a scarf as well. If you choose to use fabric follow the steps below. DIY. Fringe Sleeve/Seam Tee. Great for making those tight tees wearable. Supplies: Fringe trim (3 yards) I used double sided fringe. You can make your own fringe here since it is hard to find. tshirt Can be made casual or dressy depending on the shirt you use. The fringe is so pretty and looks lovely on! DIY instructions: Cut sleeves off and side seams open. Sew the fringe and shirt right sides together all the way around (front and back).
Top stitch the fringe seam leaving enough room for your arm. I also did this with crochet trim here. Sound of Music Moment: Curtains Sewn Into Flapper Style Dress. Supplies: Slip Liner (thrift store find $1 to $3) sheer organza curtains (recycled find new) I love this dress! You can easily wear sandals for a low key look or dress it up with heels and leather jacket for evening...Go for a darling flapper look by adding flats, pearls, and a beaded cardigan.
I used a set of sheer curtains (recycling). You can easily get sheer organza from the fabric store or use any fabric you like (sheer fabrics have a natural flow to them that creates a natural wave without gathering). If you don't want to finish the edges, it will have that raw look! You can find amazing slips at thrift stores for $2.00 or so. To do this you want to create even strips so cut the curtains into even sections (6 inches for mine). I also have a serger, which keeps the edges from fraying and creates the pretty curled edging. A tip to make even lines on the slip: I like to iron mine on by folding it up the correct amount of inches. DIY Kaftan pattern. Supplies: Scarves, 2 yds fabric Tip: Use scarves like above and you don't have to finish all the edges. A kaftan is simply a cover up, perfect for the beach or pool.
I made this simple pattern that explains everything. You can use scarves, fabric, even a large blouse like I did. Basically it's 2 rectangles sewn together. Allow for 1/4 inch seam allowance to finish the edges. Next place them right sides together and sew along the top next to the neckline. Flip out again so wrong sides are together. Use a sash through the button holes and tie back or front. Finish all edges 1/4 inch. To lengthen or widen just change the measurements. DIY backpack.
Supplies: 1 yard of durable fabric I used faux leather for the bottom... 1/2 a yard for the liner. drawstring, anything for closure I always have my hands full with my little boys on each hand. I love backpacks and wanted to create one that would be functional and fit my style. I created this simple pattern to print out. You will need to piece the front/back part together by taping them. Press seams of pocket 1/4 inch. Sew the top 1/4 inch over. place the pocket in the middle of the front piece. Top stitch around leaving top flap open.
You can make your own straps or purchase it from the fabric/craft store. 2 yards should be enough. For the straps I cut 2 strips 3in. by 28in. long and sewed them right sides together. Fold an end of the strap over an inch and sew a square evenly on the back panel. Sew the front and back panels right sides together. Sew the bottom circular piece right sides together starting at any point. Create a liner by cutting another front and back piece and 1 bottom. DIY Convertible Shawl/Shrug. Supplies: one yard of fabric with stretch and drape. closure Great for a last minute gift, this shrug can be worn several different ways and takes a few minutes to make. Get some fabric and make it for the whole family. Read more for the DIY tutorial: Cut a rectangle of fabric measuring 36 inches wide and 30 inches long. I hand dyed mine, before it was white jersey. I serged the edges as well.
Cut the sleeve hole using a collar in the middle on both sides. Fold length wise in half right sides together. Add a closure in the middle. This literally can take 5 minutes minus hand dying the fabric.
DIY Easy Yarn Backdrop | Ruffled. Continuing with our inspiration today shot by Emily Chidester Photography, Kathryn Godwin made a backdrop that you can make yourself in a jiffy. This faux macrame hanging can be whipped up with extra yarn you have from the mini chandeliers. Captured at the Separk Mansion with florals by Nectar. Materials: – yarn – macrame rings – scissors – 4′ dowel Instructions: 1.
Tie a knot joining macrame rings together, wrap yarn several times and create a row of rings. 2. View step-by-step photos Photographer: Emily Chidester Photography / Florist: Nectar / Model: Ariana Clare / Venue: Separk Mansion. How to Macrame a Plant Hanger « This Year's Dozen. FINISHED LENGTH: approx 4 1/2 ft, from top of ring to bottom tail. Will hold up to a 9″ diameter basket, container or bowl. 50 yards gray 6mm braided macrame cord1 – 2″ welded ring (treated, not raw metal)4 large hole gray marbella beads16 smaller gray marbella beads for tail cords You can find these materials for wallet-friendly prices if you click here!
Step 1: Cut 8 cords 6 yards each and 2 cords 1 yard each. Step 2: Use a 1 yard cord to completely cover the 2″ welded ring with continuous Larkshead Knots (or half hitches). Step 3: Fold the 6 yard cords in half through the covered ring and use a 1 yard cord to tie a 1 1/2″ Wrap Knot over all cords, hiding the ends from Step 2. Step 4: Divide the cords into 4 groups of 4 cords each and tie 2″ of Crown Knots. Step 5: Using the same groups of 4 cords, complete the following with each group: Tie 9″ of square knots. Tie 3″ of half knot twists. Add a large hole bead over ALL cords in each group of 4 cords. Tie 5″ of square knots. Enjoy!! Like this: Call me Macramé James — CLARA MAE JAMES. Macrame Yarn Garland DIY. How To Macrame (And Create A Wall Hanging!) 23 Cleverly Creative Ways To Decorate Your Rented Apartment.
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