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Thursday, June 5, 2008

who doesn't have an old t-shirt?


it's the first thursday of the month. do you know what that means? not your mama's craft night (nymcn) will be in full force tonight. interested in crafting along from the comfort of your own home? then grab an old t-shirt, or two or three & get ready to transform them into anything & everything... make a cuter, more fitted shirt, or pants, a bag, or children's clothes. seriously, the possibilities are endless! check out the following links, & get ready to get your craft on.

  • the incredible shrinking T (take a large T & make it into a fabulous fitted T, instructions available HERE.)
  • t-shirt lounge pants (make a large T into comfy crop pants). instructions available HERE.
  • transforming adult T's into clothes for kiddos. (toddler pants or infant gowns)
  • or, check out here if you are ready to take your t-shirt refashioning to the next level.
image via flickr.

12 comments:

Tiffany said...

ok...love love love the tutorials!!!

anna jo said...

oh, I've already tried the tshirt lounge pants... didn't quite work out so well since I don't really own any huge tshirts. or maybe it's because my butt's too big. whatev. :)

The Shabby Princess said...

Loving this!! Since, we know I'm trying to get my crafty on. Thanks for the tips!

And, thanks for making my day with the comment on my blog!

Have a wonderful day!

elizabethcarroll said...

Amazing! I just did this in April pulling inspiration from http://www.ohmystars.net/craft/ - thanks for more ideas to reuse my old college t-shirts into something useful. Is it ok if I repost the links on my blog?

i'm kelly said...

elizabethcarroll i love the link you posted. i be checking that out today, before everyone comes over for sure! & of course you can post the links! as for anna jo... i have to be honest, i haven't made any of the projects myself yet. i'll let you know how they turn out for sure!

Dan & Dorey said...

too cute! I have some vintage T's that would be perfect. =)

J & H Larson said...

just what is NYMCN? Is this something you started? Do tell....
I love crafts- not super at it, but like you, I am learning to be a domestic goddess!

Julie said...

thanks and will try it.

Lynn said...

can you ever have too many lounge pants?! the answer is no.

Crystal said...

thanks for sharing these tutorials! I will have to try them out!

Kara Jayne said...

OK, I seriously LOVE your blog!! Thanks for stopping by mine! You now have another regular.

aaron & allee said...

I love all these pictures from NYMCN! You are inspiring me to start some projects on my new-to-me sewing machine. The infant gown you pictured last week was super cute!