11 DIY Clothes Upcycle tips ideas

60+ Ideas diy clothes refashion tumblr for 2019

11 DIY Clothes Upcycle tips ideas

60+ Ideas diy clothes refashion tumblr for 2019 #diy


62 ideas diy clothes upcycle shirt makeover fabrics

11 DIY Clothes Upcycle tips ideas

62 ideas diy clothes upcycle shirt makeover fabrics #diy


Diy Clothes Upcycle No Sew Patterns 45 Trendy Ideas

11 DIY Clothes Upcycle tips ideas

Diy Clothes Upcycle No Sew Patterns 45 Trendy Ideas #diy #clothes




Diy Clothes Refashion Tshirt Tanks 69 Super Ideas

11 DIY Clothes Upcycle tips ideas

Diy Clothes Refashion Tshirt Tanks 69 Super Ideas #diy


10 Brilliant DIY Clothing Fixes That Every Girl Should Know

11 DIY Clothes Upcycle tips ideas

Quick DIY clothing hacks and fixes to fix your damaged clothes – DIY upcycling clothes Try these DIY clothing fixes and DIY clothing hacks to fix your damaged clothes! With these clothing hacks, you can make your clothes look good as new!


7 Ways to Reuse Clothes That No Longer Fit

11 DIY Clothes Upcycle tips ideas

Want to know some great ways to reuse clothes that you don’t fit? From upcycling it into a pillowcase, to DIY tricks like turning it into a quilt, or refashioning by patching up your old jeans, we’ve got the tips to recycle your clothes! | #upcycle #reuse #sustainablefashion Dust off those ill-fitting clothes taking up space in your closet and give them a new purpose!




67+ Ideas For Diy Clothes Alterations Refashioning Fabrics

11 DIY Clothes Upcycle tips ideas

67+ Ideas For Diy Clothes Alterations Refashioning Fabrics #diy #clothes Dust off those ill-fitting clothes taking up space in your closet and give them a new purpose!


DIY Upcycled Sweater Boots

11 DIY Clothes Upcycle tips ideas

Trash To Couture: DIY Upcycled Sweater Boots As a mom and designer I’m on my feet for most the day and we just moved into our new home that has wood floors, including my studio. I was always wearing flip flops and now that it’s getting cold I found myself putting on flip flops with socks…yikes. I saw these Dritz Espadrille Soles and had an idea to create a “house boot” I could wear around the house that still had a comfortable sole but a sock like cover on top. Almost like an Ugg boot but not so heavy and eco-friendly! I dug through my pile of giveaway clothes and came across this old sweater my boys had out grown. It had a raglan sleeve that when cut was the perfect boot shape. It also happened to fit perfectly around the size 8 sole. You can also use these espadrille soles to make flats, slippers, moccasins, and sherpa boots. They also have them in toddler sizes so I’m going to have to make some for Louie’s Booties one of these days. Get the details below to make your own upcycled sweater boots. Supplies: The soles run a bit larger so I went a size down. Dritz Espadrille Soles purchase here. Old Sweater Elastic Needles Yarn Remove the sleeve of the sweater When cutting include the seam allowance. This will keep the sweater from unraveling. Cut a strip of elastic that measures the curve of your foot minus 1″ (the red dashed line). Sew (zig zag stitch) the elastic on the wrong side where it starts to curve. As you sew, pull the elastic to fit from one side to the other. You want this to be snug but not uncomfortable. This will keep the boot from sliding when you walk. Stretch the bottom of the sweater out to fit the sole. Pin the sweater onto the sole. I pinned the back (where the seam was), the front mid point, and sides. Then added the pins around those points. The pins stick right into the sole. Use yarn and a blanket stitch to attach around the edges. Start from the outer mid sole going to the heel, and continue to wrap around to where you started. The package also comes with thorough instructions to make a pair of espadrille flats. I’ve been wearing these for days and call them my “Studio Boots.” I can’t wait to make a few more looks with these like the ones below: click on photo for tutorial. *In collaboration with Dritz. I received compensation from Dritz®, and some of the materials featured here or used in this project were provided free of charge by Dritz®. All opinions are my own. SaveSaveSaveSave


Sewing clothes shorts ideas 42 Trendy Ideas

11 DIY Clothes Upcycle tips ideas

Sewing clothes shorts ideas 42 Trendy Ideas #clothes #sewing As a mom and designer I’m on my feet for most the day and we just moved into our new home that has wood floors, including my studio. I was always wearing flip flops and now that it’s getting cold I found myself putting on flip flops with socks…yikes. I saw these Dritz Espadrille Soles and had an idea to create a “house boot” I could wear around the house that still had a comfortable sole but a sock like cover on top. Almost like an Ugg boot but not so heavy and eco-friendly! I dug through my pile of giveaway clothes and came across this old sweater my boys had out grown. It had a raglan sleeve that when cut was the perfect boot shape. It also happened to fit perfectly around the size 8 sole. You can also use these espadrille soles to make flats, slippers, moccasins, and sherpa boots. They also have them in toddler sizes so I’m going to have to make some for Louie’s Booties one of these days. Get the details below to make your own upcycled sweater boots. Supplies: The soles run a bit larger so I went a size down. Dritz Espadrille Soles purchase here. Old Sweater Elastic Needles Yarn Remove the sleeve of the sweater When cutting include the seam allowance. This will keep the sweater from unraveling. Cut a strip of elastic that measures the curve of your foot minus 1″ (the red dashed line). Sew (zig zag stitch) the elastic on the wrong side where it starts to curve. As you sew, pull the elastic to fit from one side to the other. You want this to be snug but not uncomfortable. This will keep the boot from sliding when you walk. Stretch the bottom of the sweater out to fit the sole. Pin the sweater onto the sole. I pinned the back (where the seam was), the front mid point, and sides. Then added the pins around those points. The pins stick right into the sole. Use yarn and a blanket stitch to attach around the edges. Start from the outer mid sole going to the heel, and continue to wrap around to where you started. The package also comes with thorough instructions to make a pair of espadrille flats. I’ve been wearing these for days and call them my “Studio Boots.” I can’t wait to make a few more looks with these like the ones below: click on photo for tutorial. *In collaboration with Dritz. I received compensation from Dritz®, and some of the materials featured here or used in this project were provided free of charge by Dritz®. All opinions are my own. SaveSaveSaveSave




50+ DIY Shorts to Enjoy Your Summer Fashionably – How to DIY Shorts

11 DIY Clothes Upcycle tips ideas

50+ DIY Shorts to Enjoy Your Summer Fashionably – How to DIY Shorts When the summers are around the corner, we all having the summer fashion trends in our mind! Along with looking funky in summers, the most of the attention is given to beat the summer heat! So shorts are always a great to feel comfy in summers along with stylish statements of your summer look! We would wish you get your wardrobe ready with a variety of shorts until the summer heat hits you! Thinking about shopping for trendy shorts? Also thinking about their prices may be too expensive to afford? Time to get rid of such a silly thoughts, make


Upcycled Thrift Store Sweater DIY Projects

11 DIY Clothes Upcycle tips ideas

I thought it would be fun to check out some Upcycled Thrift Store Sweater DIY Projects today since so many people are donating their old ones right around now. I think you are really going to enjoy the variety. There are some perfect projects for right now and then there are wonderful ideas for next

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