Here some of my refashions I made for my daughter.
I once bought a funny t-shirt with Nijntje (miffy) on it. But after a few washing cycles it was to short, and I gained a few extra pounds... It laid in my closet for years until I finally had a daughter ánd inspiration to make something of it.
I laid one of her wel-fitting shirts on mine and cut and stitched and there she had a fun dressy-shirt she calls it. I also found some ribbons that had lost the sock they were on and now Miffy was a real girl! And my daughter wears it for the third summer now!
Jeans re-fashion. Jeans
Whenever she has a hole in her jeans I make custom patches. Sometimes I take the time to give it something extra with a funny iron-patch on it. I open the easy seam (the non folded) and sew one some left-over jeans from old pants we can't wear anymore.
My daughter was in need of a gym-bag and we had a boring black bag lying around. Also some leftovers from a sweater I made for her:
A pink skirt!
My sister made some pants for herself in beautiful pink and had some leftovers (she has 4 boys so I got the lefovers). My own jeans were to small and so I came up with the idea to combine them.
I found a blog (SewEasyBeingGreen) that shared this skirt idea and I liked it a lot!
So this is my version of it:
I sewed the waistband on it with a overlap, this way I could adjust the length of the elastic a bit.
That's it for today. Look for more (re-)fashion and sewing adventures on my blog
Greetings from the Netherlands