I had a black cardigan that I’ve been wearing for years. It was the perfect weight, size and worked for casual, professional or whatever look I had. I even wore it
But my versatile cardigan met with a bit of a mysterious mishap in the laundry. This is what it looked like after some stitching up. Continue reading
Here’s a final summer refashion as the weather has been cooler and the days have become shorter.
… speaking of shorter. I’ve had two old pairs of pants sitting in the refashion basket for awhile.
Both pairs were at least a touch too long and had the backs walked off of them to a point that they were frayed.
The blue pants were snug fitting through the hips to the knees, then came out in a wide flare at the bottom. These I decided should be capris.
Have you noticed that it’s hard to find capri pants any more? I have, so these fit the bill pretty well.
The brown ones fit great in the hips and thighs, and were loose at the knees and quite wide at the ankles.
What do you do when you have a whole pile of wine corks?
You invited your friend over and make some pumpkins.
It actually all started when my sister shared this photo from My Gourmet Connection to my Facebook page.
My friend Brooke and I tried making our own pumpkins.
First, you gather your supplies:
Here’s a little shopping advice, never buy a dress without trying it on first… even if it is only $2.
I picked up this blue dress and was dismayed that it was too tight and too short.
I loved the color and I like the texture, just not the fit.
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It’s been awhile since I’ve posted a refashion. For that, I’m very sorry.
I have a perfectly springy project to share today though. It started out as a dress.
The color of this dress caught my eye when browsing clearance racks. I wore it a few times, but the way it clung to my hips made me so self conscious I would only every wear it with a long sweater. I finally decided to make it more versatile.
It looks good on the dress, but not so much on me.
My original plan was to refashion the dress to look like the top I picked in one of my most popular pins.