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30 Minute DIY Bralette . A No Sew Tutorial! – Creative Fashion Blog

Make this super sexy DIY Lace Bralette just in time for Valentine’s Day with some basic supplies and almost no sewing! Get creative with the back for a unique…



DIY: No-Sew Kimono Cover-Ups (4 Styles)

DIY: No-Sew Kimono Cover-Ups (4 Styles) | p e t i t e p i e c e s The “kimono” or the kimono-inspired cover-up (’cause cummon. we all know they’re not real kimonos. The Japanese should take their credit) is such a popular trend these days,



37 Awesomely Easy No-Sew DIY Clothing Hacks – LooksGud.in

Long Top Reconstruction ideas, no sew diy fashion tips When women get to look at their wardrobe, they find nothing worthy wearing because the clothes we have are the ones that we get to see everywhere and nothing new about them. Wouldn’t it be too helpful that we wear something from our collection of outfits only but still, make an all new by ourselves? Continue reading 37 Awesomely Easy No-Sew DIY Clothing Hacks





No-Sew Multi-way, Summer Tank: DIY

WobiSobi: No-Sew Multi-way, Summer Tank: DIY This No Sew tank is similar to a couple of other no-sew tanks I have done in the past, but is designed and cut differently and bec…



DIY No Sew Furoshiki Purse (with handles!) | ctrl + curate

I don’t know what it is about summer that makes me think furoshiki, but we’re back at it again! A few years ago we did a post on how to turn your beach towel into a beach bag and I loved how effortless and practical it was. Then we had our honeymoon in Japan and got [] Read More



DIY Halter Bralette Crop Top (Beginners Sewing)

How to turn a basic t-shirt into a DIY halter bralette crop top with a little scissors magic and simple sewing! #diy #croptop #tshirt #sewing #sew #haltertop #thrift #outfit #fashion #refashionI don’t know what it is about summer that makes me think furoshiki, but we’re back at it again! A few years ago we did a post on how to turn your beach towel into a beach bag and I loved how effortless and practical it was. Then we had our honeymoon in Japan and got [] Read More





DIY 10-minute ruffle skirt (Sew or no-sew!) – SPARKLY BELLY

This may be the easiest DIY I’ve done 😉 In my last post, you saw how to make a sleeveless choli top that’s perfect for your holiday theme performance. In this post – Holiday DIY series Pt 2 – I’ll show you how to make a SUPER EASY skirt with ruffles. This is so easy that I’m



DIY Turban Headband – No-Sew – Little Mager House

DIY Turban Headband – No-Sew Make a quick and easy DIY turban headband with this tutorial! No sewing required! You can make several in just a few minutes, tops!



No-Sew Multi-way, Summer Tank: DIY

WobiSobi: No-Sew Multi-way, Summer Tank: DIY This No Sew tank is similar to a couple of other no-sew tanks I have done in the past, but is designed and cut differently and bec…





DIY No Sew Knotted Headband

DIY No Sew Knotted Headband – The ELM Life M and I recently did another purge of our closets. While everything we no longer need usually gets sent to a thrift store, I decided to keep an old t-shirt for a DIY project! While I had a few op



No Sew Tshirt Refashion

DIY: No Sew T-shirt Refashion I love this no sew tshirt revamp I designed. It’s such a simple modern look and all you need is a basic tshirt and scissors DIY: Cut the front like a tank by removing the sleeves and. The collar is optionaldo not cut the back though. Create a scooped back by cutting as shown in the picture. I usually start by the arm seam. Create a halter by removing the middle from the scoop to the collar. You can use the collar as the halter back. What I did was remove the collar because I wanted a thin strap as shown above. It may stretch a bit so you can always sew it smaller. Cut very tiny holes along the side seams. I cut mine about 1/2inch below the scooped back. To add the tie on the back, use an additional string that is long enough to tie in a bow. Loop the strings in through the holes and tie in the middle. Pinterest Collage for you.



37 Awesomely Easy No-Sew DIY Clothing Hacks – LooksGud.in

No-Sew DIY t-shirt tips and hacks When women get to look at their wardrobe, they find nothing worthy wearing because the clothes we have are the ones that we get to see everywhere and nothing new about them. Wouldn’t it be too helpful that we wear something from our collection of outfits only but still, make an all new by ourselves? Continue reading 37 Awesomely Easy No-Sew DIY Clothing Hacks





How To Sew An Easy Summer DIY Crop Top – Creative Fashion Blog

Make a polished criss-cross, DIY crop top with this step by step sewing tutorial. Complete with a video to follow along, this basic sewing project….



Cut-Up Workout T-Shirt Tutorial

Cut-Up Workout T-Shirt Tutorial | Repurpose old shirts for your workout with these easy no-sew ideas. #DIY #workout #fitness #fashion Do you have old, boxy t-shirts you’d wear to exercise in if they only had a more flattering fit? This easy, no-sew tutorial will teach you how to alter (and ventilate! ;-)) your t-shirts into two different styles of cute workout tops–perfect for lifting, climbing, dancing, riding, squatting, jumping, punching, kicking, running or walking! I teach an exercise class a couple of mornings each week, and several gals who attend asked me about these shirts. I told them to bring shirts and scissors to class one day, and we did a live tutorial right there in the gym after class! Two of my favorite things combined into one class!! I was on Cloud 9! Now, on to your tutorial: All you need for either of these styles is a cotton jersey knit t-shirt and sharp fabric scissors. Style 1: Back Diamond Weave T-Shirt 1. Lay shirt out flat. 2. Cut through top and bottom layers of shirt along bottom of front neckline. 3. Cut one sleeve off; then turn the piece you cut off to use as a guide for cutting off the second sleeve. 4. Turn shirt on its side, lining up shoulder seams and flattening. 5. Beginning at the top of the back side, cut 1 inch wide strips all the way down the back. Start with pretty deep strips–4-5 inches from the fold (they will double when you unfold). Then gradually get smaller as you work your way down. My last cut is usually only about 1 inch deep. 6. Turn shirt so the back is on top. Stretch out cuts so the fabric rolls in on itself. 7. Take top strip and make a loop. 8. Take next strip and pull it up through the top loop. 9. Make a loop with the strip you just pulled through. 10. Continue looping and pulling the strip below through all the way down the shirt. 11. Leave the last strip loose. 12. Take the second to last strip (that is pulled through the one above it) and make sure it is turned in a loop. 13. Cut the bottom strip in half. 14. Pull one side of the bottom strip up through the bottom of the last loop. 15. Pull the other side of the bottom strip down through the top of the last loop. 16. Tie a double knot with the two sides of the bottom strip. 17. Finished back! 18. Finished front! Style 2: Side Weave T-Shirt 1. Lay t-shirt out flat. 2. Cut through top and bottom layers of shirt along bottom of front neckline. 3. Cut one sleeve off; then turn the piece you cut off to use as a guide for cutting off the second sleeve. 4. Beginning 1 inch below the sleeve opening, cut 1 inch wide slits into the sides of the shirt. I begin with about 2 inch slits, gradually get bigger toward the middle of the shirt, then taper back to smaller slits at the end. My last cut is only about 1 inch across. 5. Turn shirt on its side, lining up shoulder seams. 6. Stretch the strips so the fabric curls in on itself. 7. Pick up the top strip (this should be the bottom part of the sleeve), and turn a single loop in it. 8. Pull the next strip up through the loop. 9. Turn a loop in the strip you just pulled through and continue pulling and turning all the way down the shirt. 10. When you get to the bottom, leave the last strip alone. 11. Cut the bottom strip in half. 12. Take the second to last strip (that is pulled through the one above it) and make sure it is turned in a loop. 13. Pull one side of the bottom strip up through the bottom of the last loop. 14. Pull the other side of the bottom strip down through the top of the last loop. 15. Tie a double knot with the two sides of the bottom strip. 16. One side: DONE! 17. Repeat on other side. 18. Cute workout top! Sharing at these link-ups.



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jeymi Do you have old, boxy t-shirts you’d wear to exercise in if they only had a more flattering fit? This easy, no-sew tutorial will teach you how to alter (and ventilate! ;-)) your t-shirts into two different styles of cute workout tops–perfect for lifting, climbing, dancing, riding, squatting, jumping, punching, kicking, running or walking! I teach an exercise class a couple of mornings each week, and several gals who attend asked me about these shirts. I told them to bring shirts and scissors to class one day, and we did a live tutorial right there in the gym after class! Two of my favorite things combined into one class!! I was on Cloud 9! Now, on to your tutorial: All you need for either of these styles is a cotton jersey knit t-shirt and sharp fabric scissors. Style 1: Back Diamond Weave T-Shirt 1. Lay shirt out flat. 2. Cut through top and bottom layers of shirt along bottom of front neckline. 3. Cut one sleeve off; then turn the piece you cut off to use as a guide for cutting off the second sleeve. 4. Turn shirt on its side, lining up shoulder seams and flattening. 5. Beginning at the top of the back side, cut 1 inch wide strips all the way down the back. Start with pretty deep strips–4-5 inches from the fold (they will double when you unfold). Then gradually get smaller as you work your way down. My last cut is usually only about 1 inch deep. 6. Turn shirt so the back is on top. Stretch out cuts so the fabric rolls in on itself. 7. Take top strip and make a loop. 8. Take next strip and pull it up through the top loop. 9. Make a loop with the strip you just pulled through. 10. Continue looping and pulling the strip below through all the way down the shirt. 11. Leave the last strip loose. 12. Take the second to last strip (that is pulled through the one above it) and make sure it is turned in a loop. 13. Cut the bottom strip in half. 14. Pull one side of the bottom strip up through the bottom of the last loop. 15. Pull the other side of the bottom strip down through the top of the last loop. 16. Tie a double knot with the two sides of the bottom strip. 17. Finished back! 18. Finished front! Style 2: Side Weave T-Shirt 1. Lay t-shirt out flat. 2. Cut through top and bottom layers of shirt along bottom of front neckline. 3. Cut one sleeve off; then turn the piece you cut off to use as a guide for cutting off the second sleeve. 4. Beginning 1 inch below the sleeve opening, cut 1 inch wide slits into the sides of the shirt. I begin with about 2 inch slits, gradually get bigger toward the middle of the shirt, then taper back to smaller slits at the end. My last cut is only about 1 inch across. 5. Turn shirt on its side, lining up shoulder seams. 6. Stretch the strips so the fabric curls in on itself. 7. Pick up the top strip (this should be the bottom part of the sleeve), and turn a single loop in it. 8. Pull the next strip up through the loop. 9. Turn a loop in the strip you just pulled through and continue pulling and turning all the way down the shirt. 10. When you get to the bottom, leave the last strip alone. 11. Cut the bottom strip in half. 12. Take the second to last strip (that is pulled through the one above it) and make sure it is turned in a loop. 13. Pull one side of the bottom strip up through the bottom of the last loop. 14. Pull the other side of the bottom strip down through the top of the last loop. 15. Tie a double knot with the two sides of the bottom strip. 16. One side: DONE! 17. Repeat on other side. 18. Cute workout top! Sharing at these link-ups.





DIY Balenciaga Inspired Crop Tops

DIY Easy No-Sew Crop Top Crop tops are trendy. They’re fun to wear and versatile. Do you want to upgrade your old tank top and make it more fashionable Balenciaga inspired crop top?



diy NO SEW Face Mask – Upcycled T Shirt – 5 Minutes

diy NO SEW Face Mask – Upcycled T Shirt – 5 Minutes – You Make it Simple Do It Yourself Healthy Holistic Living