Sunday, October 18, 2020

diy belt bag from thrifted jeans

 



To sew this belt bag I used big thrifted jeans in lovely navy blue color. In my earlier videos I showed how to install jeans button and stiffen bags in easy and pretty way . I made also pattern for this fanny pack so sewing it will be superb easy. 





Whole process how to do it you can see on my channel sparrow refashion 
and more tutorial photos on my blog .



Friday, October 16, 2020

The Belt Bag

 Hello Refashion Co-op. I hope you are well and happily sewing something fabulous. My latest project was a belt bag made of suede. 


The original suede vest made me like a cowboy in the old west. It matched this belt exactly and that gave me the idea. 


I cut out my bag pieces and stitched them together. 


The suede was easy to work with and put together. 


Thanks for reading along, for more pictures and details go to I Can Work With That.

Tuesday, October 06, 2020

no leftovers , wrap skirt

 



Every time I have the possibility I try to use whole or as much as I can fabric I have and don't leave leftovers. Zero or less waste idea ;-). After sewing the shirring top I still had plenty of great fabric in lovely color and pattern ,it was perfect amount to sew complementary wrap skirt to shirred top. It's one of my easiest and quickest refashion .





Whole process how to do it you can see on my channel sparrow refashion 
and more tutorial photos on my blog .



Saturday, October 03, 2020

diy off shoulder shirred top with sleeves from skirt

 



I found my inspiration for this shirred top with sleeves on Assos. I really like the shirring idea as it can change non elastic fabric into very fitting. To sew this top I used thrifted large skirt in pretty dotted pattern. The fabric was 100 % non elastic so it was perfect candidate for shirring 



Whole process how to do it you can see on my channel sparrow refashion 
and more tutorial photos on my blog .

Wednesday, September 30, 2020

An RBG Memorial T-Shirt

 

 Hello Refashion Co-op. I'm sure you have heard of Ruth Bader Ginsburg's death. Over my lifetime I have enjoyed things like school sports, having my own bank account, signing a lease agreement by myself... you get the idea. I decided to honor RBG with one of my favorite things; a t-shirt refashion.

I started with a back t-shirt my husband didn't want. It is a plain men's large.

I added some white lace at the neck. It is the widest lace I had. It is a quick and easy imitation of RBG's dissent collar.

I also used some smaller trim to decorate my back Converse sneakers.


 I love how they turned out, I would wear them anywhere and everywhere. And I probably will. Thanks for reading along, for more pictures and details go to I Can Work With That.