<div class="richPinInformation"> <div class="hjj zI7 iyn Hsu"><span class="tBJ dyH iFc MF7 pBj DrD IZT swG">Learn how to refashion dresses into your own custom looks and start upcycling thrift store clothes today! </span></div> </div> <div class="KO4 zI7 iyn Hsu"> <div class="zI7 iyn Hsu"> <div class="XiG wYR wfr z4_ zI7 iyn Hsu"></div> </div> </div>
Let’s just jump right in to the most obvious news I have to share, as demonstrated by my before pic for this Refashion.
You guys. It’s almost here. It’s really almost here! Of course I’m talking about Fall, y’all!
I haven’t done a no-sew refashion in a while! While this is primarily a sewing blog, I know not everyone who has the refashion itch necessarily wants to sew.
Hello friends! Let me start this post with an apology for being so long absent. But hopefully, the fulfillment of my promise of a tutorial on how to add pockets to a dress (!!!) from my last post will prove worth the wait.
Hi friends! Before I jump in to today’s refashion, I want to thank all of you for your kind words from my last post. They truly mean a lot to me, and I’m overwhelmed by your kindness.
Wow…I really took you on a journey with the title of this one, didn’t I? “Yay! I’m going to learn how to sew a scalloped hem…wait…WHAT?!?!”