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I always think these little strapless, shirred dresses are so cute, but I never wear them since it means wearing a strapless bra too. So this one is getting flipped upside down and turned into a batwing-esque blouse with the shirred part as the waistband.
I cut off the top half of the shirred portion since it was all stretched out. Then I cut slits at the bottom of the skirt that will become my new arm holes. Finally, I sewed the front and back bottom hems of the dress together to form the shoulder seams, leaving a hole for my head, obviously.
Scarf which accidentally got burn holes. In the age BSR* it would have been thrown in the bin, but I decided that I could mend it.
I cut off the section with the burn holes og sewed the to parts of the scarf back together using a french seam, so there are no visible raw edges.
It took only 5 minutes and now the scarf is back in use.
Both of the shirts had holes in the front and were tossed into my refashion pile. I replace the front of the striped shirt with the back of the blue shirt. I messed the placket part up so I had to make do (which I ended up with the biased ribbing that stretched out too much).
combined shirts with a funky looking placket. : (
This will be a shirt that I will wear around the house.
I am attending a lot of weddings this year and I wanted something fun and sparkly.
I found this dress and I loved the blue color and the sparkle on the top. I would have purchased this dress just for the sparkle! There was a little too much material here for my short frame so I decided to use the lining of this dress for the top and the sparkle for a removable belt.