Good Day fellow crafters,
Lately I have been on a clutter free kick, I rented a wonderful book at the library that explains the spiritual side of decluttering all aspects of your life and it really resonated with me. I have transformed our tiny home into a simplistic living space for the three of us.
Unlike most females, my first place to declutter is always the closet. I have never been a big fan of excess clothing. However, I am one to hoard most of those clothes in my crafting closet for future crafts!! Opps! Well to help me out with that, I have decided to make a ton of skirts for Ava made from our t-shirts. Just like Ava’s upcycled ruffle pants I really enjoy making clothing for her using Shane’s boyish t-shirts. It’s just something with a little girl in badass clothing that makes me a proud mama!
This tutorial will literally be the easiest sewing tutorial I’ll ever post on here! You cannot get any easier than this!! So lets get started!!!
DIY Upcycled Square Skirt Tutorial
- elastic (1 inch thick)
- sewing machine with thread
2. With both shirts right side down, fold fabric in half then once more to create a smaller square.
3. Now you need to measure your child’s waist, Ava is roughly 18 inches around. Save that number
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Question of the Day:
Can you think of a special shirt to make into a skirt for your little one?
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I would love to see pictures on Facebook or Google+, or feel free to hashtag #omlivin on instagram so I can see! 😀
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