Tag: Partners in Craft
Upcycled Clothes from FREE Stuff
Time for another upcycle project, Crafters! In today’s adventure, we will take three garments that I got for FREE and try to refashion them into wearable clothes! This DIY brain teaser may stretch our creative muscles, but it should be fun too! There’s something so […]
Linen Peasant Blouse (for fall!)
I’ve been craving fall sewing projects lately! (Ya’ with me?!) Since the season has now officially arrived, it’s time to let our fall flags fly! 🙂 I’m starting off by making a simple, linen peasant blouse that I hope will become a closet staple! I […]
The Easiest DIY Dress?
Sometimes I just want an easy sewing project! (You with me?!) I don’t want to do anything tricky or time consuming, but I still want wearable results! This laziness/pickiness has inspired today’s project- the Easiest DIY Dress! Now, is this really the world’s easiest dress […]
Nifty Gifties: Favorite DIY Gifts!
It’s Gifting Season, Crafters, and you know what that means! It’s time to DIY!!!! In honor of the season, I’ve rounded up some of my very favorite projects to make for gifts AND for myself! 🙂 You may recognize a few projects from previous posts […]
Costume or Clothing? Sewing a 1920s Kimono-Style Coat
October means it’s costume season, AND the holidays are coming! Obviously, this is the perfect time to show your vintage flare! But have you ever put together the perfect retro outfit, only to discover that the weather didn’t agree with your fashion choice? With temperatures […]
Fashion Challenge: Leopard Print Love
Brittany and I have been eyeing leopard print items at Goodwill for quite a while. With a little encouragement from our favorite fashion magazines, we decided to embrace the trend! The Partners in Craft took a walk on the wild side… We soon realized that […]
Ice Dye: Apartment Edition
Britt and I have a tradition of tie dyeing almost every year! This summer we decided to attempt it at Britt’s apartment… Instead of doing pots of dye on the stove or in buckets outside, we discovered ice dyeing, which was a new technique for […]