Advertisements

Tank top dress Refashion

It’s been a really busy here with kids and Spring break going on, but I’m so ready to get back to my 1 month Refashion challenge.  It must be refashioned or it has to go is my ultimate goal.  New clothes and a cleaner closet.  Lucky for me I was able to sew this cute little tank top dress in a matter of minutes.

Tea Rose Home

I was inspired by this cute little tank top dress I came across from Tea Rose Home blog.  Let me tell you this girl can sew and she has the cutest sewing projects for little girls.  I just love to check out all her great tutorials.

 I was able to use a white tank top that was getting just a little too short for my little one to wear anymore.  You know were the belly is playing peek a boo every time she moves.  The girl is just getting so tall.  I just happened to have an old shirt of mine that needed some help so the top is getting refashioned into something else.

 I laid the top out flat and cut straight across it just under the arm holes.  Pinned and sewed the top onto the tank top with the tank inside the other top.  Using my overlock/serger machine I was able to sew all the way around the two pieces for a nice finished edge.

 Now we have a new dress for Spring.

 Momma had to have one too.  My refashion is more of a free-flowing long tank top.  It is not really long enough to wear as a dress…  But still super cute paired with my cardigan.  Fun, fun, fun!

Are you trying any Refashion projects?  

I would love to hear and see any pic you have.  Send me an e~mail or a link to your site if you have one.

  I hope your come back to see more.

Have a great Monday…

Jeanna

If you missed a thing you can check it out below:

  1. How to cut your tee
  2. vintage inspired lace cardigan
  3. embellished ballerina flats
  4. blazer bag
  5. roses and ruffles tee
  6. pretty patches pants
  7. Silver sequin sweater
  8. multi strand necklace tee
  9. 5 accessories from a T~shirt
  10. Pants no more! New skirt
  11. Spring inspired straw tote
  12. Make your own Ribbon sandals

Sew ChattyTip Junkie handmade projects

Advertisements

Comments

  1. Oh so cute! I’m lovin’ the navy and white this spring. So creative!

    Like

  2. I like how you refashion! If I keep reading your blog long enough, maybe I can have my entire wardrobe revamped!

    P.S. I will be hosting a linkup on tomorrow. Please feel free to stop by and share a post if you like. Enjoy your day!

    Like

  3. Katherines Corner says:

    So cute!!!! Hugs and wishes for a lovely week ahead! P.S. I’m your newest linky follower

    Like

  4. justinecaraway says:

    Stopping by from Take A Look Tuesday! http://queenofsavings.com

    Like

  5. Stumbled onto your blog via the blog hop and just wanted to show you some blog luv! def enjoyed this post new follower! 🙂

    http://infinitelifefitness.com
    http://mscomposure.blogspot.com

    Like

  6. Very cute! And it’s just the thing my daughter would want to live in this summer, the comfort of a tank and a dress!
    Check out my blog… It is refashioning clothes for dolls!
    I found you through Tip Junkie’s Tip Me Tuesday!

    Like

  7. Good work! And your daughter (?) is such cute!

    Like

Trackbacks

  1. […] Drama Queen Seams Where handmade is back in style… Skip to content HomeAboutContact MeRecipiesSewing & CraftsTutorials ← Tank top dress Refashion […]

    Like

  2. […] Tank dress ~ Lazy afternoon skirt ~ Ruffle top 2 ways […]

    Like

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: