Upcycled Flounce Top


Hello Everyone! In this blog post I will be showing you how o make another up cycled outfit. My sister gave me a bunch of her clothes to upcycle( but she doesn’t want any clothes)t. I’ve really fallen in love with this top. The bottom part( the flounce part) is an old skirt and the top part is an old shirt. The shirt just had a stain in IT but I cut it out so that it was like the shirt was new! In a way, this DIY is taking a regular shirt and pazazing it up!

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Hi everyone! Now, you all know how much I love my cat and how much I love to sew for him. I mean, look at all the things I’ve made, PRINCE KITTY : SNUGGIE.  etc. This post features most of his may adorable outfits.  Before I get into pictures and descriptions, I need to say that he is old (VERY OLD). He’s almost 22 years old. That’s about 100 cat years. But I still love him.


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DIY Blue Hoodie



Hello Everyone! I’ve been sewing a lot to make up for lost time, soooo, be prepared to see a lot of new blog posts. I really enjoyed making this hoodie/ shirt. It took me about 1 hour to make it with occasionally breaks. The fabric was a solid knit fabric and I used 1 1/2 yards of fabric, but I had extra left over. My cat might be getting a new shirt in the future.


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DIY Furry Shorts

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Hello Everyone! First, I apologize for not posting for a while.  I was on vacation (without my sewing machine😥). But I’m back! So I thought I would make a post about my favorite pair of shorts. As you know, I’m love to upcycle, recycle, refashion, whatever you wanna call it. These shorts are 100% upcycled! The white parts are from an old sweater and the black parts are from an old scarf. Again, it’s an old sweater, so when I made it, the fabric had already started to fade.

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DIY Pencil Pouch

Hello Everyone! I know It’s summer, but pencil pouches come in handy even when you’re not at school or at work. Even if you don’t use it during the summer, you can prepare for the coming year. This pencil pouch is very simple to make but does work best with a sewing machine.


  • Zipper( length your choice )
  • Muslin
  • A thicker cotton fabric
  • Sewing Machine and Thread
  • Ruler

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