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Topic: My Brother Gave Me His Wardrobe...Now What?  (Read 277 times)
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« on: January 10, 2011 10:19:05 AM »

Okay, so my 19 year old brother finally realised 2 things, 1) I sew and 2) He's finally normal sized and his clothes don't really fit him.

He's 6'3 and up until recently wore size 28 or 30 pants. Also because he's so lanky he has to wear large shirts, and he gave me a bunch of tshirts he doesn't like or fit funny as well.
I have...
- 5 pairs of kakhi pants
- 3 pairs of kakhi shorts
- 2 pairs of jean pants
- 2 long sleeved tshirts (very warm!)
- 2 Polo shirts (one's uber ugly, the other's not too bad)
- A bunch of tshirts (They shouldn't be too bad to find something to do with them, but new ideas are always nice!)
My question is...What can I do with all these new clothes?

I'm a size 3 chick pants (or 28 in boy pants) and size small in shirts, if that helps.

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« Reply #1 on: January 10, 2011 10:30:24 AM »

A good site for t-shirt refashion inspiration:  http://smarmyclothes.com/

Tutorials to go along with the inspiration:  http://whatthecraft.com/tutorial-directory/whatthecraft-tutorials/

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