I haven’t been able to do much sewing in the past month or so, due to the vast mounds of books and schoolwork that overtook my sewing table. But now it is that magical time of year – spring break! And with it comes a little more time to sew. And with that, I give you my latest project:
I found this shirt as a men’s XL dress shirt, living a lonely life at my local thrift store. I decided to take it home and give it a home. It was my first refashion and I’m pretty happy with how it turned out. I cut off the collar, shortened the sleeves, cut two inches off the bottom, and took in several inches along the sides. I accidentally deleted the photo of the original shirt (whoops!) but if you take a look at my Instagram feed, you can see it there.
There is a personal story behind the green bias tape that I used to finish the raw edges. I found it in my grandma’s sewing stash, which was given to me after she passed away several years ago. I haven’t dug through it too much, but I’m really glad I decided to take a look.
I’m hoping to get more posts up soon, but until then, have a wonderful day!