Here in the states, Target is a go-to shopping spot for stylish yet affordable wardrobe pieces. They've been pretty brilliant about staying on-trend by licensing great brands, and working with independent artists to create a slew of dynamic, wearable pieces. Surf brand, Mossimo was one of the earlier companies to pair up with the retail giant. Growing up in Southern California, Mossimo was a big deal. It's one of the brands that the "cool kids" wore. It was a bit expensive though, and we were pretty broke. Alas. Since then though, the brand had become exclusive to Target making it accessible for most. Yay! Accessibility however, means that you're likely to not be the only one you know wearing that cute dress with the great print.
Well, my friends, that's were this post comes in. It's quick(ish) and easy to personalize an existing garment and I'm going to show you how to do-it-yourself with my very 1st, Mossimo Dress Hack tutorial!
Step 1: Materials
Disappearing Ink (or regualar) Pen
Sharp, Tapestry Needle
Sewing Machine, Needle & Thread OR Fusible Hem Tape & Iron
1 Ball, Bernat Cotton-ish by Vickie Howell (or similar weight, cotton blend yarn)
Size US G/6 (4 mm) Crochet Hook
ch = chain
sc = single crochet
hdc = half double crochet