Upcycle T-shirt into a handbag Fun fact I used every single piece of fabric there was from this T-shirt. The collar was used to make a bandanna for my dog. I learned how to make the roses from Tea Rose Home. Advertisements
My daughter had a Father daughter dance on Friday. The theme was Miss America. We went to the fabric store to estimate how much it would cost to make her one from a pattern I had ($60-$80 was the pricing). Not to bad, but … Continue reading
I am loving this maxi dress print! This was a simply dress to make. A total of 3 pieces: front, back and ruffle. The bottom of the dress as 2 slits one on each side that goes up to the knee. The day after I finished this and wore it out for some errands I got compliments on it.
How to get the dress? I just used a long flowing dress I already had for the pattern bottom part and figured out where I wanted the top for finish at. I cut 2 pieces (a front and a back piece).
I decided I wanted to add a ruffle. To get the measurement, I measured my bust X ½ because I just wanted a little ruffle not a lot more. The length was 5″. I put elastic at the waist and the top of the dress.
It was fairly easy to make. I think the longest part was taping the paper together for the pattern and I also got my hem stuck in the sewing machine and had a hard time getting it out. Luckily nothing got ruined.
My daughter designed this and asked me to make it for her. Since the making of this shirt she has made a matching skirt. This was fairly easy to make. Ironing is the key for the edging. What is needed: fabric … Continue reading
My daughter and I were shopping at our local fabric store when she came across this fabric and loved it. She asked if I could make her a skirt out of it. It was priced at $11 a yard but … Continue reading