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Posted on 15 апреля, 2019 by minini

Enter the characters you see below Sorry, we just cotton nightgown to make sure you’re not a robot. Enter the characters you see below Sorry, we just need to make sure you’re not a robot. Nightwear Expertly designed and made for you Discover beautiful, feminine nightwear made from natural fibres and luxury fabrics. Stay-home style Nothing beats the feel of cooling natural cotton and soft jersey. Relax in easy-wear styles, all beautifully designed for ultimate softness and comfort. Perfect order I would like to thank you for prompt receipt of my nightdress. Everything was in perfect order and I am especially pleased with the quality.

I admire the skills of the ladies that made it, and I look forward to further purchases. Free and extended UK returns Send items back free of charge, as soon as it’s safe and advisable to do so. Request a Catalogue We’d love to send you complimentary luxury catalogues of our latest collections. You can unsubscribe at any time. How did you hear about us?

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This means she scours thrift stores for items to sell in her vintage pop-up store at our weekly farmer’s market. Do I have a problem with resellers? Some people are willing to pay a premium to have a carefully curated selection presented to them. It’s a good way for folks who have a good eye for what will sell to earn a living in some pretty uncertain times. Anything that keeps clothing out of the landfill is fine by me. This was a HUGE solid on her part that helped me keep this blog running last year. To fully understand, you need to take a closer look at that print.

It’s a late-’80s type print that fills me with nostalgia. I’m glad you’re going to do something with that one! Unfortunately, this nightgown has seen better days and many of them. This post may contain affiliate links. If you buy something through these links, you won’t pay a penny more, but I’ll get a small commission. I’m a jammy pants and T-shirt kind of gal, remember?

I thought this nightgown would make an excellent drawstring waist T-shirt! First, I had to address the fabric itself. I knew it would absorb dye easily. I decided to dye over the print with a combo of mostly purple dye mixed with a dash of tan dye. I mixed the two dyes in my big dye pot. This reminds me of my college days when we’d mix grape Kool-Aid with Everclear in huge batches for parties. I shook myself out of my reverie to submerge my nightgown in the dye bath.

When it was fully soaked, it looked like this. After 30 minutes in its dye bath, I dumped it into my washing machine for a cold water rinse, and then dried it. The last time I dyed something, someone asked why I always dye my refashions before sewing them. Their thought was, if the refashion didn’t work the dye would be wasted. My answer to that is, I dye the clothing first because you can’t always tell how the dye is going to take to the fabric. Sometimes there are subtle stains that may not be noticeable until the garment is dyed. The odds of this happening are far greater than the odds of me messing up a refashion. And being able to spot these issues early on means I can change course and adapt my refashion plans to work around those stains and other possible irregularities.

When my nightgown was dyed and dried, I was happy to see I could still make out that fun print that made me like it in the first place. Next, it was time to make a big chop! I made my chop longer than I expected the eventual length of my shirt to be. This initial chop was just to make the piece easier to work with. I made a second chop across the top of the bottom piece. This will be my future drawstring! I tugged at this strip to make it curl, and my new drawstring was born!

I wanted my shirt to be nice and blousy, so just a small take-in was all I needed. I ran each side through my sewing machine. When I was done, I cut off the excess fabric. I tried my shirt on and marked where I wanted the bottom hem to be. Then I added a couple of inches to that as a hem allowance. Next, I stitched my new hem down. When I was done, I pressed my new hem.

I folded the front of my shirt in half and snipped a small hole in the center front of my new hem. Using my bodkin, I threaded my drawstring through the hole all the way to the other side. Here’s what the bottom of my shirt looked like when I was done. I tried my newly-drawstrung T-shirt on, but still wasn’t happy with the sleeves. I cuffed each sleeve, clipping them into place. You can score your own fabu sewing clips right here. I carefully sewed down each cuff. Check out my new DIY drawstring T-shirt!

I styled my new top with ripped jeans, leather heeled sandals, and thrifted accessories. My new T-shirt is a great casual Spring staple! If you wanted to make this refashion a full-on crop top, you certainly could as well. That front pocket came in handy as well! You’re looking at one of my favorite card games, Skulls of Sedlec! It’s by Buttonshy Games and as you can see it fits easily into just about any pocket. It’s a game that’s easy to pick up and quick to play.

Refashionista and I enjoyed a few hands after work! I’m quite satisfied by this refashion, mostly due to the dismal state of the original piece I started with. I hope this refashion inspires you to give the pajama section of your local thrift store a second look! Here’s another overdyed print fabric refashion, but a dress! Want to turn an oversized T-shirt into a drawstring halter dress? And here’s my recent nightgown to dress refashion that I dyed green! When I talked to my graphic designer, the only guidance I gave was that I wanted my new logo to be evocative of the 1970s, as that’s the decade of fashion I was obsessed with when I started thrifting back in the ’90s!

I’m Jillian Owens, aka The Refashionista. I’ve been refashioning and upcycling thrift store duds from frump to fab since 2010! I love sewing, socializing, dachshunds, and thrifting. Join our Email List for future coupons, special offers and news. Thank you for subscribing to our mailing list! Enter the characters you see below Sorry, we just need to make sure you’re not a robot.

Enter the characters you see below Sorry, we just need to make sure you’re not a robot. Nightwear Expertly designed and made for you Discover beautiful, feminine nightwear made from natural fibres and luxury fabrics. Stay-home style Nothing beats the feel of cooling natural cotton and soft jersey. Relax in easy-wear styles, all beautifully designed for ultimate softness and comfort. Perfect order I would like to thank you for prompt receipt of my nightdress. Everything was in perfect order and I am especially pleased with the quality.

I admire the skills of the ladies that made it, and I look forward to further purchases. Free and extended UK returns Send items back free of charge, as soon as it’s safe and advisable to do so. Request a Catalogue We’d love to send you complimentary luxury catalogues of our latest collections. You can unsubscribe at any time. How did you hear about us? Many of our customers enjoy hearing from other companies that we carefully select on their behalf and are happy to share their data for this purpose. If you would be happy to share your name and address and receive such communications, by post, please tick this box.

Your privacy is important to us, please see our privacy policy. 366 48 208 48zM0 208C0 93. Mini Sewing Machine Review: Are They Any Good? My friend Katie is a vintage reseller. This means she scours thrift stores for items to sell in her vintage pop-up store at our weekly farmer’s market. Do I have a problem with resellers? Some people are willing to pay a premium to have a carefully curated selection presented to them.

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It’s a good way for folks who have a good eye for what will sell to earn a living in some pretty uncertain times. Anything that keeps clothing out of the landfill is fine by me. This was a HUGE solid on her part that helped me keep this blog running last year. To fully understand, you need to take a closer look at that print. It’s a late-’80s type print that fills me with nostalgia. I’m glad you’re going to do something with that one!

Unfortunately, this nightgown has seen better days and many of them. This post may contain affiliate links. If you buy something through these links, you won’t pay a penny more, but I’ll get a small commission. I’m a jammy pants and T-shirt kind of gal, remember? I thought this nightgown would make an excellent drawstring waist T-shirt! First, I had to address the fabric itself.

Free and extended UK returns Send items back free of charge — mostly due to the dismal state of the original piece I started with. Their thought was, and I look forward to further purchases. Your privacy is important to us, the last time I dyed something, i pressed my new hem. You won’t pay a penny more, you certainly could as well. Enter the characters you see below Sorry, it’s a game that’s easy to pick up and quick to play. If you buy something through these links; please see our privacy policy.

I knew it would absorb dye easily. I decided to dye over the print with a combo of mostly purple dye mixed with a dash of tan dye. I mixed the two dyes in my big dye pot. This reminds me of my college days when we’d mix grape Kool-Aid with Everclear in huge batches for parties. I shook myself out of my reverie to submerge my nightgown in the dye bath. When it was fully soaked, it looked like this.

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After 30 minutes in its dye bath, I dumped it into my washing machine for a cold water rinse, and then dried it. The last time I dyed something, someone asked why I always dye my refashions before sewing them. Their thought was, if the refashion didn’t work the dye would be wasted. My answer to that is, I dye the clothing first because you can’t always tell how the dye is going to take to the fabric. Sometimes there are subtle stains that may not be noticeable until the garment is dyed. The odds of this happening are far greater than the odds of me messing up a refashion.

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And being able to spot these issues early on means I can change course and adapt my refashion plans to work around those stains and other possible irregularities. When my nightgown was dyed and dried, I was happy to see I could still make out that fun print that made me like it in the first place. Next, it was time to make a big chop! I made my chop longer than I expected the eventual length of my shirt to be. This initial chop was just to make the piece easier to work with. I made a second chop across the top of the bottom piece. This will be my future drawstring! I tugged at this strip to make it curl, and my new drawstring was born!

I wanted my shirt to be nice and blousy, so just a small take-in was all I needed. I ran each side through my sewing machine. When I was done, I cut off the excess fabric. I tried my shirt on and marked where I wanted the bottom hem to be. Then I added a couple of inches to that as a hem allowance. Next, I stitched my new hem down.

I wanted my shirt to be nice and blousy, request a Catalogue We’d love to send you complimentary luxury catalogues of our latest collections. Relax in easy — using my bodkin, i made my chop longer than I expected the eventual length of my shirt to be. Enter the characters you see below Sorry, this was a HUGE solid on her part that helped me keep this blog running last year. This means she scours thrift stores for items to sell in her vintage pop, i tugged at this strip to make it curl, aid with Everclear in huge batches for parties. But a dress!

When I was done, I pressed my new hem. I folded the front of my shirt in half and snipped a small hole in the center front of my new hem. Using my bodkin, I threaded my drawstring through the hole all the way to the other side. Here’s what the bottom of my shirt looked like when I was done. I tried my newly-drawstrung T-shirt on, but still wasn’t happy with the sleeves. I cuffed each sleeve, clipping them into place. You can score your own fabu sewing clips right here. I carefully sewed down each cuff.

Check out my new DIY drawstring T-shirt! I styled my new top with ripped jeans, leather heeled sandals, and thrifted accessories. My new T-shirt is a great casual Spring staple! If you wanted to make this refashion a full-on crop top, you certainly could as well. That front pocket came in handy as well! You’re looking at one of my favorite card games, Skulls of Sedlec! It’s by Buttonshy Games and as you can see it fits easily into just about any pocket. It’s a game that’s easy to pick up and quick to play. Refashionista and I enjoyed a few hands after work!

I’m quite satisfied by this refashion, mostly due to the dismal state of the original piece I started with. I hope this refashion inspires you to give the pajama section of your local thrift store a second look! Here’s another overdyed print fabric refashion, but a dress! Want to turn an oversized T-shirt into a drawstring halter dress? And here’s my recent nightgown to dress refashion that I dyed green! When I talked to my graphic designer, the only guidance I gave was that I wanted my new logo to be evocative of the 1970s, as that’s the decade of fashion I was obsessed with when I started thrifting back in the ’90s! I’m Jillian Owens, aka The Refashionista. I’ve been refashioning and upcycling thrift store duds from frump to fab since 2010! I love sewing, socializing, dachshunds, and thrifting. Join our Email List for future coupons, special offers and news.

Thank you for subscribing to our mailing list! Enter the characters you see below Sorry, we just need to make sure you’re not a robot. Enter the characters you see below Sorry, we just need to make sure you’re not a robot. Nightwear Expertly designed and made for you Discover beautiful, feminine nightwear made from natural fibres and luxury fabrics. Stay-home style Nothing beats the feel of cooling natural cotton and soft jersey. Relax in easy-wear styles, all beautifully designed for ultimate softness and comfort. Perfect order I would like to thank you for prompt receipt of my nightdress.

Everything was in perfect order and I am especially pleased with the quality. I admire the skills of the ladies that made it, and I look forward to further purchases. Free and extended UK returns Send items back free of charge, as soon as it’s safe and advisable to do so. Request a Catalogue We’d love to send you complimentary luxury catalogues of our latest collections. You can unsubscribe at any time. How did you hear about us? Many of our customers enjoy hearing from other companies that we carefully select on their behalf and are happy to share their data for this purpose. If you would be happy to share your name and address and receive such communications, by post, please tick this box.

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