This is my fourth make using the Sigma Dress pattern by Papercut Patterns. I’ve never owned a pattern so versatile!
All posts tagged “refashion”
Refashion: Pleated Dress to Skirt
For months I’ve been hunting for a pleated dress or skirt, so I was really excited to stumble upon this gem! This is a stunning kelly green and I love me some colour.
Refashion: Trousers into a Dress
I initially started this refashion seven months ago, but shoved it in a cupboard when I couldn’t make it work. Thankfully the space helped me do a rethink.
Refashion: Batwing Top to Skirt
My sister’s flatmate has just had a wardrobe purge. After the other flatmates sifted through the discards for themselves, my sister scooped up the leftovers and sent them my way. Yippee!
Refashion: Summer Dress
It’s the last week of Refashion Runway and a winner is due to be crowned next week! I haven’t made it through to this round, but pop on over for a refashion feast anyway and vote for your favourite! So, this last challenge is themed “summer dress”.… Read More
Refashion: Sheer Black Dress
It’s week three over at Refashion Runway and I’m so excited that I’m still in! The theme this week is “copycat”, where the contestants have replicated a design found online. Pop over for some refashion inspiration and don’t forget to vote for your favourite! I… Read More
Refashion: Denim Jacket
I love the current look of denim paired with dresses. Cute! What I don’t like is how boxy and shapeless denim jackets tend to be. Yawn. I actually feel a bit lost in them and they always seem so bulky and heavy.
I bought these jeans from a local secondhand clothing store because I love the high, snug waist. I hate the boring colour though. Time to work some magic.
Refashion: Enlarge a T-Shirt
This is my entry for Refashion Runway where the theme this week was “stripes”. You may want to pop over and take a look at the other entries too and while you’re there, don’t forget to vote for your fav! This striped tshirt was at… Read More
This refashion was more like a total rebuild. After thinking I could just alter the hem, I still wasn’t happy and I eventually unpicked all the seams and made a whole new skirt from the pieces.