11/6/12

DIY out-dated tshirt into lovely pencil skirt.




The perfect lace pencil skirt all from a thrifted shirt and oh so comfortable.

Supplies: 
-thrifted shirt: needs stretch. Think textures like lace, crochet, bold t-shirt prints. 
-Sewing machine



Before: this tshirt was outdated and needed a revamp. I loved the pattern of the lace and decided it would be a great pencil skirt.



Cut the sleeves and collar line.



Sew a tube that fits your waist and hip measurements snuggly. Trim the excess from the seams.


Sew the elastic waistband to match your waistline on the skirt.



Top stitch along the edge. Trim an excess fabric.



Add a bow...




45 comments:

  1. OMG what a cute and great idea!!!

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  2. thts b'ful.....love the revamped look...

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  3. New to your blog, but now subscribed.

    Great conversion!!!

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  4. I wish I had your amazing sewing skills!

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  5. thanks everyone. Lots of trial and error when it comes to learning sewing but so worth it!

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    1. Thanks Geneva. LOVE ur DIYs!! Very inspiring.

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  7. AMAZING!

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  8. This looks beautiful. I must try it.
    xx Tanya
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  9. I love the lace look. I'm going o snag one of these, the next time I it the thrift sore.

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  10. You are so creative :)

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  11. Pencil skirts look fab on you, I remember the last skirt you made out of a shirt, it was awesome too. This one is different but also so cool, I love the waist you made with that bow.

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    Sylvia

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  12. This is gorgeous. You are a fashion genius! Because of your blog, I am going to buy a new sewing machine. I have missed sewing and you have made me want to do it again!

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  13. Beautiful! Thanks for the instructions!

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  14. i love your blog, your ideas so cute!

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  15. So pretty! I love this one! So glad I came across your blog. You are truly talented!

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  16. Congrats!! What a great job!! Looks so smart!!!

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  17. This tutorial has totally make me want to start sewing. :D

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  18. Hey, I love this look and have had it bookmarked to try for a loooong time! Was wondering where you found that cute waistband? perhaps scavenged from an old skirt?

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  19. Gosh!!! This is amazing!!! It is so lovely!

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  20. Gorgeous! I can't wait to make one.

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  21. Ah!! I need to go find a lacy top at my local thrift store!!

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  22. the lace is beautiful!!

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  23. This is a fab idea. I have some tops where I like the pattern but not the style I will definitely see if they will fit my hips lol.

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  24. Beautiful clothing! Now, I just have to go through my closet...thanks for the ideas =)

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  25. You have a great artist in yourself. You have made a really awesome looking t-shirt. Thank you for sharing a very valuable information to us. I will definitely to create for me as i'm not much creative I know it will not look as cool as you had created. I'll sure update this kind of stuff in my collection soon so you can even earn money for your creativity. Check this website www.gkfashionstore.com for collection of dresses, footwear and handbags products for womens.

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  26. Need more detailed instructions on how to attach the waistband. How is it secured before being topstitched?

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  27. Need more detail about how to attach the waistband. How is it secured before being topstitched, and where exactly should it be topstitched? Top and bottom? Is the waistband attached like other elastic waistbands? Need better instruction for beginners.

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  28. I have a stretchy ivory lace shirt much like this. Perfect project for an upcycle.

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  29. So great idea! I have the perfect old t-shirt for this project. It's one of my favorites,but it will definitely look better recycled that way. Thanks for sharing!

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  35. The lace dress is not designed to make a beautiful dress

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