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reconstruction: sweater into hat

diy reconstruction: sweater into hat

 
 
 
 




I made this hat using the sweater pieces leftover from my DIY legwarmers project. A medium weight sweater will work best (mine is acrylic) The most important part is the pattern piece. Try to makes the sides as symmetrical as possible.
[Lie your sweater flat and cut off the sleeves. Cut up the side seams and across the shoulders to create 2 separate pieces]
 
 
[Using a ruler, draw a 7 1/4 wide straight line on a piece of paper. Measure 6 1/2 inches up from the middle of your line. Draw a curved line down each side. Cut out the pattern piece]

 
 
[Using the pattern, cut out 3 sides]

 
 
[Sew the pieces together at the sides. If you don't have a serger use the zig-zag stitch on you machine to prevent unraveling]

 
[This is what the top should look like]
[Cut the neck band off. If the neck band on your sweater is too small you can use the bottom ribbing instead. I made mine 1 1/2 inches smaller than the circumference of the bottom of the hat. Take the band and wrap it around your head to make sure it fits comfortably. Sew the ends together]
[Sew the band to the bottom of the hat on the wrong sides. Stretch the band gently while you sew it]


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T-shirt Restyle

 

Create a dress from a singlet or t-shirt. This idea can be used for children’s or women’s dresses, and is a great way to use those clothes that kids have grown out of, as they frequently grow taller rather than wider, leaving you with a perfectly good shirt that reaches above their belly button! Here’s how to make a simple summer dress from a shirt you don’t need any more. By Judy Newman

 


Step 1. You will need a t-shirt, length of fabric for the skirt of the dress, thread, a length of 12mm-wide elastic (about 10cm (4in)), 3 buttons, sewing machine. Optional: Fabric dye.

 

 


Step 2. Work out where you want to cut off your shirt – under the bustline or at the waist, or hipline, then go ahead and cut.

 

 


Step 3. Take your hip measurement then add at least 20cm, or more if you want a full skirt – this will give you the length of fabric to cut. Measure the length required for your skirt, adding a seam allowance of 1.5cm and adding a hem allowance if necessary (our fabric had an embroidered edge so no hem was needed). Cut the fabric for the skirt and stitch the short ends together to create the centre back seam. Hem if necessary. Gather the waist edge (sew two rows of long stitches 3mm apart then pulled them to make the gather). Pull up threads to fit evenly around the t-shirt bottom edge, pin then stitch them together.


Step 4. If desired, use a stretch stitch to attach a piece of elastic, stretching it as you go, down the centre front of the t-shirt to create shape. Stitch three buttons over the elastic to complete the dress.


Step 5. If desired, you can dye the garment. This will serve to marry the two colours of top and skirt together. Consider the colours before you dye. We chose a similar dye colour to the t-shirt as we really just wanted to match the shade. The effect of dyeing broderie anglaise fabric was a lovely surprise as the shade complemented the shirt well, and the thread of the embroidery (must have been polyester) didn’t take the dye so it stayed white creating a lovely soft effect.


Follow the manufacturer’s instructions on your dye packet. Rinse the garment well when it is complete and dry it. Some buttons will take up dye too – it depends on their composition. At this point, my son Zac, spotted the bucket of lovely pink dye. Read the tie-dye post to see what happened next.


  



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I created this dress using 2 men's T shirts which are sewn together at the neck.
Supplies:
    * 2 identical cotton T shirts (I used Hanes white undershirts, size Large. I dyed them blue before making the dress) Men's size large T's will make a XS/S dress. If you wear a larger size, buy larger T shirts)
    * 4 1/2 length of braided elastic that is 3/8 wide

[Cut off the neck on both T shirts]


[Step 2: Create the pockets. Sew the arm holes closed on the right side of one of the shirts. Stitch a line approximately 1/2 inch above the arm bands]


[Step 3: Cut off the arm bands- I found that the pockets lay better without the added thickness. Don't cut too close to the stitches. Leave about 1/4 inch. This T shirt will be the skirt part of the dress]


[Step 4: Turn both shirts inside out and then sew them together at the neck]


[Step 5: I sewed a small piece of elastic on the front waistband to give the dress a better fit. At this point the front and back of the dress are the same. Just choose a side to be the front. Mark the middle with a pin. Measure 4 1/2 inches on both sides of the pin and mark those off spots off. This is where the elastic gets sewn]


[Here is the sewn on elastic. Make sure you stretch the elastic while sewing it. It creates a nice, gathered look in between the pockets]


[Final step: Turn the dress right side out, put it on and tuck the pockets in]
 
 

 



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