Recycled Sodine

Added Mar 16, 2008

by opalmn

Wider , Minnesot...

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Description

Sodine I made from the bottom of an old skirt that I was given that needed an update. I had to add ease to hips and I also added a jean style pocket, I plan to upload a how too but the pictures I took didn’t work so I have to make another one then I will upload a how too. I also put in a picture of the half the skirt after I deconstructed it but before I cut the pattern.

Material Notes

old skirt a kinda tye-dye corduroy that was already cut on a bias, A brown micro fiber for waistband and pocket tops, brown wooden button, polyester blue lining, Blue zipper and thread.

Difficulty

Novice

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Credits

My grandma who gave me the skirt and the fabric I used to line it, Nikishell for the inspiration to try recycling old clothes into something new.

Burdastyle for the competition and the pattern.

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    Mar 19, 2008, 06.59 PMby opalmn

    Thanks. The tights are just the only ones I had and living in MN, I tend to wear tights till around mid April. :)

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    Mar 17, 2008, 02.59 PMby sewextreme

    The fabric tells the story! You really jazzed up a very simple pattern. Looks really funky with the fishnet stockings… :-)

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This project is based on

Burdastyle

http://burdastyle.com//projects/recycled-sodine