I don’t know about you, but I am SOOOO in the mood for spring!!!! And this week I really really enjoyed checking out the amazing SPRING inspired projects that you guys have created! Seriously, you&hellip
Clothes & Styles
Needing some ugly Christmas sweater inspiration this holiday season? Check out these great Christmas sweaters and be the hit of the party! 1. Psy Makes the Ultimate Ugly Christmas Sweater 2. Elf Ugly Christmas Sweater&hellip
As Halloween approaches and the thought of buying yet another mass-produced costume from a retail shop doesn’t seem all that appealing, why not make your own at a fraction of the cost? Here are 18&hellip
Elbow patches are supposed to reenforce shirt sleeves or cover up holes, but most of the time, they’re only there because they look cool. It’s an old-fashioned necessity that has sparked dozens of creative DIY designs, easy enough for a timid sewer to accomplish.
Crocheting an octopus hat is like making a scarf, beanie and toy animal all at once. Once you’re done, you can adopt it as a pet, give it a name, and wear it to an aquarium to camouflage yourself among the sea life. Or you can just wear it anywhere and look fabulous.
Unlike a dog, you can’t easily walk around with a cat. So how can you signal in public that you’re a cat owner, besides wearing stray cat hairs? One way is to carry a cool cat-themed tote bag, which is better than walking with a dog, anyway.
Like crochet necklaces, Peter Pan crochet collars are a quick project for both beginning and advanced crocheters. They’re easy to learn how to make and can be a great starting point for trying out frills and finery without getting too frustrated. And, of course, they’re a lot of fun to wear once you’re done.
Bohemian wedding dresses, with their free-spirited gypsy vibe, are great for any kind of outdoor wedding, whether it be a beach, forest, garden or prairie. Unlike many wedding styles, a bohemian gown doesn’t go for a royal entrance with classy high-heels and a long wedding train. Instead, it gives you free movement throughout the day, e.g., with comfortable shoes, minimal fluff, and a plenty of loose material. Here are seven beautiful examples of bohemian gowns for a relaxed, natural wedding.
Browsing through vintage crochet catalogs in thrift shops can be fascinating and funny, but if you find a good catalog, you might also discover some great ideas. The vintage crochet dress patterns are especially remarkable. You can find original 1950’s cocktail dresses and evening gowns, even classy crochet wedding dresses. Even if the patterns are a little out-of-date, you can modernize them using recent styles. For examples, here are fourteen vintage dress patterns with their modern equivalents, then and now.
1. 1950’s wedding dress
via Kinsie Wool Shop
Bleach stains usually illicit reactions like, ‘It’s ruined!’ and ‘How can I cover it up?’ Rarely do you hear, ‘Add more bleach!’ But that’s exactly what bleach art calls for: making clothes and accessories even better using bleach pens, paint brushes and stencils. Best of all, it takes very little time! Here are eight ways you can make bleach stains lovable.
1. Tribal leggings
via Deanna Reder