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Site - refashionco-op.blogspot.com
About Site - Welcome to Refashion Co-op, a worldwide collaborative blog to showcase refashioned clothing projects and share techniques! Our focus is fashion garments, and we look forward to seeing your refashioned clothing and wearable accessories. If you made something new to wear out of old clothes, we want to know about it!
Site - awesomesauceasshattery.com
About Site - Sheri Pavlovic is the award winning DIY diva and author behind the book series, channel & blog Confessions of a Refashionista, the fabulously crafty corner of the internet packed with step-by-step upcycling tutorials for everything from groovy clothing & accessories to funky home decor a healthy dose of thrifty style inspiration!
About Site - My channel features weekly tutorials and fashion focused discussions that will show you how to refashion your old clothes into something new and trendy. I will also be showing you how to design your own clothes without the need for patterns. Simple sewing technique for beginners like me. I also love to shop, so watch for my shopping hauls, thrift hauls, and Little Black Bag Unboxings too!
Site - refashionnation.com
About Site - Curated by Sheri Pavlovic, the award winning DIY diva behind Confessions of a Refashionista, Refashion Nation aims to provide an inspirational resource of links to upcycled DIY clothing & accessory tutorials thrifty outfit ideas for those wanting fabulous, affordable, unique style without supporting the growing phenomenon of cheap, unethically produced 'fast fashion'.
Site - karametta.com
About Site - I'm Kara. I love to sew and refashion as my creative outlet. I originally started this blog as a way to share the projects I worked on while my first son, Camden, slept. Hence the name. He's now 4 years old and has a little brother, but I still manage to find a little crafting time every now and again.
About Site - Hi, I'm Lina. I'm interested in historical fashion, I'm a DIY'er, I like to sew and try out new things. On this blog, I'm sharing free sewing, refashion and natural makeup tutorials with you, and write about costumes I've created.
About Site - Hi, My name is Zoe and this blog is all about my explorations into sewing and refashioning. These passions form a big part of my desire to live a more sustainable and authentic life. I also aim to inspire and assist others in making/remaking their own clothing.
About Site - Indulge your crafty side in an eco-friendly way! It's possible to sew amazing garments, accessories and objects with upcycled fabrics and craft with repurposed materials, helping both the environment and your wallet. Cucicucicoo proposes free sewing and craft tutorials using what you already have in your home and offers a free sewing e-course for beginners.
Site - codogirl.com/blogs/news
Greenwich, Connecticut, United States
About Site - A must-read for all fashionistas. A collection of original content that will make you an expert on designer handbags, clothing, and accessories. Learn about the world of Chanel, Hermes, Louis Vuitton, Gucci and much more.
Site - cinderellasew.com
About Site - My name is Laura Walton and I love to cut up clothing! Upcycle, refashion, customize, whatever you want to call it. I see something and make it my own. Especially t-shirts, which I cannot wear without cutting off the collar. It's fun and easier than you may think!
About Site - This blog shows you how to make thrift shop clothes into cute t shirts. Some of my refashion sewing tutorials include a white blouse, a bow shirt, a bow back shirt, a shirt with bow, a new dress, a cut out shirt, or other stylish clothes! Let's face it: there are lots of clothing blogs out there … this blog shows you how to remake and upcycle clothes.
Site - marysthriftychic.com
About Site - I am a former garment designer turned teacher. I switched professions for many reasons, the most important being to spend more time with my kids. If you are like me these days you have more time than money to be fashionable. I can guide you! Watch my blog as we learn how to be thrifty and fashionable together!
About Site - Agy is a textile artist who is passionate about building environmentally aware communities. Her goal is to get people to reconnect with their clothes through techniques such as repair and transforming them into creative wearables (aka upcycling).
About Site - Paganoonoo is a fashion design house founded by Michelle Paganini, dedicated to creating refashioned / upcycled fashion designs and specializing in sewing patterns. This blog shares our interests in upcycling and related arts and inspiration.
About Site - My name is Carole Cardinal, I am a fashion design graduate and I also have a textile management degree. I love to make things with my hands and I enjoy the creative process. With this blog, I would like to share with you my artistic ventures in hoping that they will spark your own creativity.
West Virginia, USA
About Site - I love re-fashioning, re-cycling, re-working, and re-using thrifted treasures. I love to turn something old into something new and better. Some projects are big, some are small, but all of them are fun.
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Site - diyclothes.net
About Site - Diy clothes is about sewing tutorials, refashions and patterns that I found searching a billion diy blogs. I was inspired from all those women and their creativity, so I decided to collect them here for everyone who is interested and enjoys making sewing projects.
About Site - Hi! My name is Kali. I'm a strong believer that | creating | is an innate desire in all of us. A place to share DIY projects, sewing tutorials, refashions, lifestyle posts, mom moments, and little pieces of my life and heart.
Site - karenvallerius.co.uk
About Site - I am passionate about upcycling textiles and many of my projects feature upcycled garments and household textiles. In particular I adore vintage scarves and there are many posts such as my Vintage Scarf Top tutorial featuring scarf projects to inspire your own stitchery.
Site - soundtracktosewing.com/blog
About Site - I have always liked to create clothes from scratch, or to alter bought garments. I know how to make patterns, though laziness has set in, and I often don't make a paper pattern, but chalk straight onto fabric (a really annoying habit if I like what I made, and decide to sew another).