Sometimes a favorite piece is just too comfortable to throw away. I didn’t want to get rid of my perfect fit tee from the GAP so I decided to up-cycle three extra large men’s polo shirts from Goodwill to create a dress inspired by the colorblock dress I saw at ASOS this spring.Chic Girl’s Tip: Anytime you plan to up-cycle jersey knit pieces, wash and dry the clothes before cutting them for your projects. For this project, I used the largest shirt as the bottom layer and smallest for the top to make sure the shape of the skirt portion was a-line.Source: http://www.clothedmuch.com/2013/08/how-to-make-colorblock-dress-from-t.html
note: I had the incorrect source previously posted. Please notice the new source so proper credit is given.
9 Rainy Day Activities to Brighten Your Afternoon
Nothing makes you want to crawl back under the covers in the morning like looking out the window and seeing a dreary downpour. But you don’t have to see it that way. Instead think of all the potential crafts and DIY you can immerse yourself in indoors!
How to Make a Button Necklace by Michele Baratta
DIY: Braided T-Shirt Bracelets——>http://www.henryhappened.com/diy-braided-t-shirt-bracelets.html
This is a great Up-Cycle project :)