Today I’ve got a cool and fun post for you all! I decided not to do a video for this one because I think everyone reading, more than likely, knows how to operate a sewing machine or at least knows someone who can help them with one. But, if, for the next post I do like this one, you guys want a video, then, please, leave me a little message in the comments section below this post! :) If you guys want the videos, I’ll do ‘em. ;) Anything you for guys! That being said, don’t worry, I will have another video for you guys next week which I will hopefully be recording tomorrow!
So, for this week, I have an upcycling tutorial for you all! If you’re unsure of what upcycling is, it’s when you take something that’s old or you don’t have a use for and turn it into something different that you can use. You can do it with all kinds of stuff, but today I am doing it with clothes.
I came across a great little top on the Anthropologie website but their clothes (in my opinion) are just so expensive and I ain’t rich! So, I thought, I can just make this so easily. I headed off to the thrift store to find some things to re-create it. I wasn’t able to find quite exactly what I wanted but I find some things that would work. First, let’s look at the style we are going to try and mimic:
These photos are from the Anthropologie website. If you want to buy this sweater, it is $88 on their website: