Is this fabric terribly ugly? Would it make a nice enough sun dress. I need someone to tell me lol. I cannot decide whether it is pretty or not? I don't know what to do with it, it cost a whole dollar. I'm pretty sure it has some sort of polyester or something underneath the see-through flowery material, except for on the sleeve area.
This is my idea maybe a little shorter between the top of the bust to under the bust area than in the picture but you get the idea, or would it maybe just make a nice skirt? Any help is much much appreciated, thanks so much.
Hello I was in need of some cheap fabric storage. I had an extra large T-shirt some old knives and an old hanger. Don't ask me where I got the idea, I don't have an answer, it just popped into my head, weird. I suppose it is somewhat like blinds for a window in a way....... So anyways, here it is. I am also hoping it can help anyone out there who needs cheap storage like I do. It may not be the most beautiful thing but it can be in the closet. It was just a quick experimental idea. So i'm sure you could make it much nicer, but I was working with limited supplies.
I may even have enough left from the shirt to make another one, probably not as big but something. Comments and questions welcome. I will try to answer questions aswell as I am able. Thanks for looking.
Made out of old jogging pants, sweatshirt hoodie and jean pantleg. Detail in back pocket is just sewn down with random straight stitch since I don't have anything to stick it down with, so that is what I came up with, I think it looks neat. The waist I just stretched out and sewed down a strip on jean material. The skirt is quite heavy, more of a spring type of skirt or winter with leggings I would say. Not sure if I will ever wear it at all, not sure if I like it. Plus I don't own a pair of leggings and don't have money to get any lol.
Comments and questions welcome. I will try my best to answer any questions. Thanks for looking.
Devils food chocolate cupcakes, not made from scratch lol. I added chocolate chips, used a vanilla icing, decreative sprinkles and icing for the hearts. I added red food colouring to half the icing which made it dark pink after adding a lot. Now I have to get rid of them somehow. Family/Friends are getting them. I tested a few, purely for scientific matters......ahem ya right haha.
I made this puppy, took me hours! For my new nephew who is just over a month old now. I figure he likes to hold his bottle he might like to hold this skinny puppy, put a bright red bow on it so he can maybe see it better. Hope it isn't too girly lol, ohwell. I used a mans dressshirt that was probably never worn by my boyfriend to make it. I hope my nephew likes it.
I embroidered his name on there, not a very good picture, but you get the idea. Comments welcome, questions aswell, thanks for looking.
I made this cat bed from a sturdy cardboard box and some denim material from a bedskirt I never really used. I basically just measured panels and pinned them on the box inside out then adjusted the pins, took it off and sewed it together it is like a pillowcase for the outter structure of the box. I used my boyfriends old house coat as the cushion part, I can just take that out and wash it and take the cover off and wash it too if needed.
My kitty Muffin, who won't really stand still for a decent picture.
My kitty Trinket, she sits still for very long periods at a time lol.
Comments and Questions welcome, I will try to answer any questions about the construction I can if there are any. Thanks for looking.
My first reconstruction of a mans dress shirt, let alone my first decent shirt reconstruction. I made this shirt out of a mans old short sleeve dress shirt. I was too in a hurry to get to the reconstruction of the shirt to take a before picture, sorry. But it is just your basic short sleeve button up shirt with a pocket on the left breast.
I moved the pocket to the lower left side. I used left over pieces from the sleeves and such to do all the detail around the neck and waist.