A simple project that takes you from a skirt into a top in three simple steps!
Also blogged at my blog, Green Issues by Agy
This project combined two LBDs together to make one. I had a lace dress that my friend did not want, and my original black dress that was fading. Once combined, I wore the dress back to front so t…
I made a new skirt from a pair of old jeans and my maternity pants. I loved the batik fabric of my pants and wanted to keep them for summer.
Also blogged about it at “Green Issues by Agy”http://…
Take a pre-loved cardigan and make it into a new top. Great project for cardigans with fabric you love but has gone a bit wonky!
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It’s fairly easy nowadays to get off-cut fabrics – they’re much cheaper! I took an old top and made it into a dress by adding off-cut fabric. I also added pockets! Just make sure the fabric is ligh…
I took an old crocheted cardigan and refashioned it by sewing on flowers from scrap batik. Inspiration was taken from the Malay kebaya.
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Taking out the old embellishments of a favourite top and adding blue ruffles.
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A pair of shorts were made from an elasticated skirt. There were no zips or darts involved!
Blogged about it at Green Issues by Agy…
This is a very easy refashion using an old pair of shorts and scrap fabric. No major sewing is needed, just strong fabric glue, a pair of scissors and needle & thread. Just make sure you cut out e…
Three uses all rolled into one! Made from the seams of jeans :-)
Reversible bag from old pair of jeans
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Jean bag from recyclable materials sitting in your wardrobe!
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Cut snowflakes out of scrap material and use them to revamp your dress!
Blogged about it at http://greenissuessingapore.blogspot.com/2011/12/snowflake-dress.html
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Add some spark to your dress with some colourful ribbon. Lay the ribbon on your dress and when you’ve got the pattern you like, machine it in. Make sure every thing is straight though!
oh my gosh, this is brilliant! Love how everything has come together so well!
Hi Lucha, I just realised I didn’t reply you. I thought I had! thanks for liking. :)
Thanks for your sweet comment, Francini :-)
Hi there! Lots of things to make from old jeans, but so little time :-)
Thanks, Sealtopaz. :-)
I took my old elasticated belt and upcycled it with jeans material from my hubby’s pair of jeans.
More pictures at my blog http://greenissuessingapore.blogspot.com/2011/08/revamping-your-old-belt…
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