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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.
Ugh. Titling this post was just painful. I hate to sound like I’m making fun of anyone, but I couldn’t think of another way to describe this top.
When Mr. Refashionista and I made plans to celebrate Father’s Day at his parents’ lake house, I knew exactly what I wanted to wear!
When I first procured this Kathie Lee dress from the thrift store for a mere $1, I was afraid.
Hey Friends. I have a secret to share with you. Mr. Refashionista and I were recently in Ireland for what ended up being a very short honeymoon.
I know. I know. I just did a Dachshund refashion. “Slow your roll, crazy dog lady!”, you’re probably saying.