Bonnie's daughter wanted to cheer on her brother's football team on a hot day, but her only piece of school spirit was a baggy, thick boy's t-shirt. Not to worry--Bonnie quickly (like, in 15 minutes) refashioned the shirt into a stylish, breathable pillowcase top. At Uncommon Designs, she's sharing this "great way for you soccer, baseball, and football girls to lighten up those heavy shirts and still show your team spirit!"
The lovely Nicole from The Felted Fox saw some amazing African print sweatshirts while browsing Pinterest. As she says, "I already owned a plain grey sweatshirt and still had a stash of African print fabrics I collected in South Africa." So she decided to make one of her own.
Over at Mabey She Made It, Lisa had a pair of jeans that she wasn't getting much use out of, anymore. "They looked good on me, but the rise was just too low for me to be comfortable in," she tells us. Time for a refashion! (FYI, Lisa didn't have a before picture, so her jeans were similar to the ones pictured below.)
Nicole from The Felted Fox loved wearing her husband's comfy, oversized sweater on wintry days at home. Unfortunately, a few moths loved that sweater, too, so when it became embarrassingly moth-eaten, Nicole decided it was time to refashion.
Over at The Felted Fox, Nicole is crazy good at turning worn out items into things of beauty. "This time I decided to repurpose (or upcycle) an old thrift store dress I owned and had long gotten bored of," she tells us. "It had been earmarked for the Goodwill pile, when I stumbled upon a photograph of Solange Knowles wearing a little cropped
jacket and skirt combo."
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