Thursday, 9 July 2015


This was so super fast and super easy to make.
This is my daughter's T-shirt that she out grew.

This shirt had ruffled strips of same coloured fabric sew to it as embellishment, quite like Alabama Chanin style.
I neatly cut out this lower piece from the T-shirt along with 1cm or 0.4inch extra for folding in.

Now neatly fold in the raw edges and sew it with simple hem stitches or sew it with single zig-zag stitch.

 Here, you may embellish the edges further with beads or lace, or just let it be.

Taa daa...
The cowl is done
Perfect for light nip in air
Super fast
Super smart
Super easy
Love the texture
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1 comment:

  1. ohhh neato!! I am now going to be on the hunt for a ruffly shirt!! I love it as is though some lace could be pretty - but sometimes itchy. So easy to do and so fast! thanks for sharing with the creative challenge!


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