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Take a look at this Blue Braided Boatneck Top - Women .this looks like it could be a t-shirt redo.

21 Daily Do It Yourself Tutorials

21 Daily Do It Yourself Tutorials

Child's 2 piece linen outfit: top and skirt made from vintage fabric and trim =====> $45.00

Girls Summer Dress Linen Dress Outfit Blue and White Sleeveless Top Skirt Size 6 * Little girls linen dress/outfit (top and skirt) made from a

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30 Clothing Ideas for Kids with a DIY Twist, ook eens kijken naar andere ideetjes (craft, cooking,.

How to Tie-Dye - Discover how easy it is to to add some color to your clothes and crafts by using these tie-dye techniques. (http://familycrafts.about.com/cs/tiedye/a/041601a.htm)

Learn How to Tie-Dye With These Instructions

Learn how to tie-dye! Here are basic tie-dye techniques, supply lists, and easy projects you can do.

great collection of tee projects - clothing, home, children, random

T-shirt Upcycling-Repurposing META POST

because your shirt doesn't have to be big  *white tunic-length t-shirt (mine is XXL)  *8 hooks from sew-on hook-and-eye sets  *white thread & hand-sewing needle  *white elastic cord  *marking chalk (not shown)  *measuring tape or ruler.....i would prefer this to be the back of the shirt!

DIY: Corseted White T-Shirt or What to Do with the BF’s old T-shirts. Would be cuter to do this in the back! Make it look like a corset!

What  a good way to refashion a too small shirt | the actual tutorial is at http://seweffingbored.blogspot.com/2012/07/ruchey-goodness-tutorial.html

REcycle your tshirt! Scoopneck shirt to colour block shirt *now with a link to the tute* - CLOTHING

How Does She...refashion a shirt? | How Does She

refashion a shirt?

Brassy Apple: Ruffle me up!tshirt refashion Spring Top challenge really like this (except the gathering at the bottom edge) very cool idea!

T-Shirt DIY

Future T-Shirt DIY

Braided straps and slouched sleeves. Get a soft men’s shirt from the thrift store, then cut off the top straight across the shoulders. After cutting out strips braid them together to create the straps. Then you just sew the straps to the shirt and wa-lah!