I’m here in California having a very lazy, lazy time…not wearing makeup, wearing my hair up in a messy bun, wearing a sweatshirt and old jeans, wearing non matching socks and a pari of black and white chucks. I’ve had no desire to get pretty and take pictures. Maybe I will tomorrow. Maybe.
So, I will leave you with a project I finished right before I left. It was made from my husband’s old white church shirt. He was about to dump it in the trash….and of course said “are you crazy, I have a refashion blog!”. Then we both realized that in deed, I was the crazy one….hoarding ill-fitting, old clothes. Eh, whatever.
Anywho, I thirfted this skirt with Selina and Sophie from sister’s 4 say more is more among a few other things to be seen. They are hilarious, funny, super sweet…I WANT TO BE THEIR SISTER! How about sisters 5 say more is more?
|top: husband’s refashioned skirt, shoes, belt: thrifted necklace: mom’s|
white button down shirt
sewing machine or needle and thread
flexible measuring tape
marking pen or chalk
1. place a shirt you like the shape of down onto the top, then cut it out with a few inches to spare for seam allowance.
2. cut out a neckline
3. hem the neckline
4. hem the bottom
5. cuff the cap sleeves and add a few straight stitches here and there to secure it