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My yellow t-shirt was boring but after repurposing a 100% cotton t-shirt and t-shirt sheet, I was able to convert it to a cool & comfty maxi length dress.
100% cotton t-shirt (for bodice top) 100% t-shirt sheet (for skirt bottom) - either flat or fitted of any size Sewing machine, Straight pins, Measuring tape
To create the bodice top, measure from shoulder to waist. (Because I wanted a higher/empire waistline I measured to the lower edge of my bra line in both the front and ...
Remove elastic from fitted sheet and then fold it in half, cutting across to create 2 separate lengths. One length will be used for the front skirt panel and the other ...
Fold the t-shirt bodice in half and using the cut line as your guide, lay it on the top of the folded fabric. Next, draw another line from the bottom of the bodice top down ...
Fold down the top of the skirt by approximately 1" and stitch.
With right sides together, and using the cut line (Step 2) of the t-shirt as your guide, place the bottom of the bodice and the top of the skirt together, with approximate 1/2" ...
Try on the dress and cinch up the excess with the drawstring. Keep it long and comfy, or short and sweet. The beauty of this project is that the ...
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