Sunday, May 30

Girly Top Sewing Project

Pulling out the summer clothes this weekend led me to find this nifty little number. I made this top last summer. It's my creation of combining two previous shirts;
1. a pink t-shirt that I hated for being too short waisted and sleeveless, and
2.  an overly flowery see thru blouse I purchased in Poland a few years ago.

Here's what the blouse looked like in Poland

I don't have a picture of me wearing the T-Shirt,
But here is the finished product of the two combined. 
 
What do you think?

15 comments:

Kat said...

love Love LOVE it!!!! What a good idea!

Sarah-Jane - SiliconeMoulds.com said...

What a FAB way of recreating your wardrobe ! Love it :-)

~EssenseVibez~ said...

whoaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa---you stumped me on thissa one---i thought i knew you but i guess i'm still learning about your creative self--LOL---you are the bomb!

Eve said...

Hiya Kat! Great to see you visiting my blog. Thanks for the complement, sort of is a good idea! Thanks! :D
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Hiya Sarah-Jane!
It certainly is a good way of making old pieces new. I wonder if you sew as well! I know you can cook like crazy!! :D
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Hiya Pam!
Oh Yes, I do have a few creative juices not spilled on this blog yet. Thanks for the complement. I hope to learn a lot of scrapping tips from you this summer. You are awesome!!

Uma Preve said...

You are a creative lady! I like the top very much! Looks refreshing and trendy! Good work Eve! I want to see more!

knitmachinequeen (KMQ) said...

Good idea. I have a couple of refashions I want to work on before the year is out.

Carpenters said...

Ooooooooooh, very nice! Such a great idea! It looks fantastic.

Eve said...

Hiya Uma, and Hiya KMQ!

You both are great creative clothes makers, I'm sooooo looking forward to seeing your summer designs!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Hello there Mrs. Carpenter!!
Fantastic? Oh great! Thank you. I've always been tall so Momma taught me young how to amend my clothes to better suite me. This design is just what I did. Thanks!

BBM said...

u did an AMAZING job! i wish i could sew! both of em together is perfect!

Courtney said...

Wow, I am impressed! When you left the comment about altering sleeveless tops on my blog, I had to come and take a look. This is amazing!
Loving The Reflection

Eve said...

Hello BBM, thank you. I do think I look a little cute in the top :D heheee. I love your style!
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Hi Courtney, thanks for the complement! I'm checking out the jewelry you wear, because it's always something special. Thanks for being here!!

Cheryl Lynn said...

Okay, that is a fabulous combination. Good for you. I've done a little repurposing with some pieces in my wardrobe. It's fun seeing what you can come up with. You go, Girl!

Haupi said...

OMG! How'd you managed to do that? It's absolutely lovely. I found your blog through a blog I'm following called "Avid Accents: My DIY..." and I'm so glad I did because I'm following you now.

Hope you'll come visit my blog and decide to follow me too. Regardless, you look amazing and I also like that big mirror, yikes!

Haupi
http://hauplight.blogspot.com/

Eve said...

Hello Cheryl Lynn,
Repurposing, yeah, I like that name for it. Fun isn't it? Thanks for the complement!!
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Hello Haupi, Thanks for visiting and following, happy to have you here!! I will definitely check out your blog! I really should have done a tutorial for the shirt combination, next time, I promise. All the best :D

Faith said...

you are terribly talented! is there anything you can't do?!

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