This blouse is similar to last week’s summer blouse, but is less revealing. So you could conceivably wear it in public, if you’re into that whole “leaving the house” kind of thing. Start with these guys: From left to right: chest band (which I cut a bit more loosely, just ’cause), two pieces that will become … More Easy Summer Blouse Tutorial part 2
The following tutorial is a repeat from my old blog. Also, it should be acknowledged that my final product pictures totally suck here. And that this particular blouse is long gone, which means it cannot be re-photographed, so you’re pretty much stuck with some cryptic half-pic of what this is supposed to look like. Oh … More Pillowcase Blouse DIY with Shirr Detail
Remember that Upcycled Denim Challenge I told you guys about last month? Put on by the Jake and Maya Collective? They announced the winner today, and… I won! Rather, my wall-mounted upcycled denim deer head won. There were a lot of great entries in that challenge. Here are links to some of my favourites: Deck … More Upcycled Denim Challenge – Winner Announced!
The following post is a repeat from my old dead blog. Take two shirts of similar size. Make sure one of them has long sleeves (the long-sleeved shirt will be the outside part of the bag, and the other shirt will be the lining, so make sure you like to look at the long-sleeved shirt). … More DIY Make a Tote Bag out of Two Shirts
You take your old pair of jeans that no longer fit your old pair of butt cheeks. Cut off the legs and one of the back pockets. Cut off the ankle cuffs and discard. Cut off the inseams and keep. Take an inseam, fold it lengthwise and sew it shut (don’t worry about sewing it … More Make a Backpack From an Old Pair of Jeans
The problem with most wallet tutorials out there is that they don’t include a pocket for loose change. Well guess what? I’m Canadian, bitches! And half of our currency is coins. So here’s a DIY for all my Hoser comrades: a wallet that includes a change pouch AND pockets for your credit/library/membership-to-something-geeky cards. Take some … More Wallet Tutorial with Coin Pocket
These quilts were created between 2009 – 2011.
Each of these pieces is one-of-a-kind, upcycled from vintage/thrifted fabric. Retail prices of blouses range from $69 – $74. Retail prices of dress range from $109 – $139.