Posts Tagged ‘shirt’

Bibliocrafting: Wear Your Books

People who love books want the world to know about it. What better way to tell them than to – literally – wear your books on your sleeve… or other pieces of clothing? Witwitherwilt is a writer who wanted to do something extra-special to a book festival to promote her own book. So she made [...]

Recon Scarf & Tee Shirt

Creative thoughts from Craftster Guest Blogger SevsOnlyGirl… Member thestarcow took a pretty square scarf and an old tee shirt to make this gorgeous top! The tutorial is in the third post, so scroll down. How quick and easy is that to whip up before a party?! The last line of her tutorial says it all [...]

Gamer Wednesday: Rockband Shirts

FOC member madpimp entered a Rockband competition with her husband and two friends. For some strange reason they doubted their mad skills (heck out that high score! Geez!) and decided to make costumes to enter the costume portion of the contest! They used freezer paper stencils to recreate the instrument icon that corresponded to what [...]

Wear It This Weekend: V-Neck Shirt

Kaffrin had a dilemma. It was Thursday, the weekend was approaching, and she needed something to wear. Not having this wonderful weekly blog article to turn to, she made her own awesome tute! Now I’m passing it on to you, in your search for awesome weekend wear. The circle of craft. Seriously, this can be [...]

Wear it this weekend! Men’s button down to cute cap sleeve

I have one more awesome new weekly feature to debut! “Wear it this weekend” will show you a great article of clothing or fashion accessory with a tutorial that you can use to make your own to wear by the weekend! I’ll try to pick a broad range of items in a broad range of [...]

Tute Tuesday: How to Reconstruct a Button Down Shirt

This week’s tute features an adorable top made from a plaid button down shirt. Mickermoodles shows you how to take a boring thrifted shirt and turn it into something adorable, perfect for the warm days of summer! This idea is very versatile. Besides plaid, thrift stores are chock full of adorably patterned and solid shirts [...]