When we talk about sustainable fashion, versatility comes up again and again. How can we buy less clothing? How can we need less clothing (other than by joining a nudist colony?). One option is to own garments that can can be worn in multiple ways.
That’s just one reason why I dig this refash by Cathi from Scratch and Stitch.
She began with an old flannel that used to belong to her dad.
The original flannel shirt was an XL men’s, so way too big for me. I removed the sleeves and collar; took in the torso; shortened the whole thing; adjusted the shoulders from mens to womens; added some “darts” to the bust; added pockets; and finished with bias tape. It’s my best refashion so far 🙂
I LOVE how she made this piece reversible! The black is a perfect neutral, and the red plaid is totally on-trend. Combined, she basically has two great vests that will last for years to come!
You can check out Cathi’s detailed tutorial right here!