This project may have taken quite a bit of time, but I loved the turn out. Honestly, if I did it all over again, it would have been much much quicker. I originally refashioned and wore this shirt this day, and every time I stick it on I realize that I love it more and more. It is SO easy to find a white button up like this at your local thrift store for cheap. So go buy and refashion!
My bump is getting bigger and bigger, starting to now fit into ANYTHING. But, luckily, I can sew and sew I will! I’ve already got some pregnancy/nonpregnancy doubling refashions and tutorials waiting on the sidelines. Can’t wait to show them. Speaking of pregnancy clothes, I forced myself to buy some cheap tops at forever 21 to that I don’t mind stretching out and such, and might have picked up some very nonpregnant shoes. I’m obsessed with them!
skirt: thrifted/refashioned top: thrifted/refashioned shoes: f21
Iron and ironing board
1-1/4-Inch Circle Punch or dye cut machine or scissors
*optional – printer/computer
*optional – blow dryer
1. Cut freezer paper into a printable size, make and print circles onto the paper, then cut out.
1. Mark where each circle would be with ruler and cut (only fit 2) rows of circles with a circle cutter
1. Use a dye cut machine.
2. Iron on one section at a time
3. Paint all the circles in each section
*optional – blow dry with hair dryer
4. Once dry peel off the freezer paper and polka dots will be the results!
5. repeat until the shirt is covered with as many polka dots as desired.