“Instructions” is a bit of a stretch. This tank top is seriously a cakewalk. Behold Step 1: And Steps 2-4: If this is too complicated for you, then I can’t really help. That being said, I have created another multi-sized sewing pattern PDF for any interested sewists out there. It is $8USD, which … More Tank Top Pattern and Instructions
This is a throwback post, from back when I was young and pretty and living in a city. Hot damn I miss that apartment. And that body. Take a very large button down shirt. Very large: I used a men’s XL, and I’m a women’s Medium. The shirt has to be long enough that it … More DIY Summer Jumpsuit from a Large Shirt
Knickerbockers. Remember those? Usually made of wool, denim or corduroy, these fashion staples of the olden days had a brief resurgence in the 1970s, mostly as children’s wear, occasionally as random fashion designer gear (looking at you, Pierre Cardin). So if you were young (or a less fortunate model) in the late 70s/early 80s, there is … More Knickerbocker Upcycle
Just a quickie post, showing you some pictures of the v-neck tops I’ve been working on! Long sleeved v-neck sweatshirts with front lace inserts, $59 at The Labour District! Limited quantities, first come, first serve!
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