Tutorial | Sweater Skirt

This one’s simple. View after photos here. You will need: – A sweater (the one I used was a bit out of shape. The smaller the skirt the tighter the fit) – Needle & Thread – Scissors – Button, snaps, etc. (You will need a closure for...

Flipped | Sweater Skirt {DIY}

I showed you this sweater a few days ago. Well sweater no more, I’m loving my new skirt. Dig this ya’ll! I’ll post tutorial tomorrow. In the meantime find a sweater, needle, thread, and scissors! That’s all you need. I’m wearing: Skirt :...
Flipped | Grandma’s Skirt to Blouse {DIY}

Flipped | Grandma’s Skirt to Blouse {DIY}

Actually I’m not sure if this is a blouse but lets roll with it. Remember the day I went shopping in my grandma’s closet, well I pulled out a skirt she’d made years ago. That skirt is now apart of my “blouse” collection.  Check out the...

Tutorial | Grandma’s Skirt to Blouse

Let me begin with my inspiration. While skimming vintage ads I ran across this: Find more of the “wrapped clothing” series in the LIFE Archives. You Will Need: 1. Fabric (Mine measured 56×34 inches. However, you can judge this based on your size and...
Flipped | Grandmother’s Cream Blouse {DIY}

Flipped | Grandmother’s Cream Blouse {DIY}

This is part II of an unofficial blouse series. Did you miss the first installment. While surfing, I ran across the YSL Fall 2011 collection. I’m not a name brand junkie, but there are a few brands that are consistently pleasing. So many of these pieces remind...

Tutorial | Grandmother’s Cream Blouse

Make sure to view the after photo’s. This tutorial is easy. I’m a beginner and I finished it in an hour. (Please excuse the poor picture quality) Tools: Blouse. There are tons of these at thrift stores for dirt cheap. Pins Sewing Machine (Although very...

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