How to Make a Pattern out of your own clothes!


Hello Everyone! I use this hack a lot. I like duplicating my clothes but changing them a bit. And I don’t like spending money on sewing patterns. So, this comes in handy.
CONSIDER, this as part one of a big project I’m doing. This will show how I got the pattern for it. I recommend using parchment paper or newspaper because they are both really sturdy and durable, in case you want to reuse this pattern.

I’m using my mother’s jacket to trace it and then I will downsize it. It is the same type of jacket I want, just bigger. This is mostly just step 1, 2,3, Repeat.

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Easy DIY Pet Costume


Hello Everyone! Halloween is coming. Making costumes is the best part about it! This pet costume only took me 10 minutes, maybe less. It’s suitable for all pets( maybe not birds). There are many ways to take it to another level or take it down a notch. You can bedazzle it it different way to make it cuter and better.


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How to make a Kitty Cat Snuggy

Hello Everyone! I know what you’re all thinking, ‘Cats don’t wear clothes’. Well actually, most cat’s love it. Even if you don’t have a cat, they are great for all furry pet’s (maybe not lizards, more like dogs or guinea pigs). They are also easily adjustable for any size. The pattern I used came with patterns for adult and kid onesies. The print I used is a Teenage Mutant Teenage Turtle print, because my aunt jokes about it so I thought it would be cute and funny.



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How to make Bunny Slippers

Hello Earthlings! A while ago I made a pair of adorable bunny slippers. I made them a while ago and am just now making a post about them, but they are still very cute to make. By now, my original pair of slippers are deformed from wearing them too often and from age.



(Bolded items are optional)

  • Fuzzy Knit White Fabric
  • Pink felt
  • 2 Black Buttons
  • 2 Mini White Buttons
  • Elastic
  • Polyester Fiber (STUFFING)
  • Sewing Machine or Needle and Thread
  • Hot Glue Gun
  • Hot Glue Sticks

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Making a Polyester Lace Cardigan

My Grandmother has a huge stash of fabric in her house. Knits, lace, and so many more that I’ve lost count. While I was visiting her, we decided to make a snug cardigan for my sister.(Although she has sensitive skin so I will probably keep it) I made a list of instructions and included pictures, ENJOY!




  1. Make a pattern. I traced an loose sweater on some paper and added seam allowance before I cut the paper.


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Upcycled Beach Bag

Recently I upcycled a rough mini curtain into a tote bag. I rarely make up cycled bags or purses but the fabric was right for a bag. I loved the print and how durable it is.


I cut out to rectangles and long handles and hemmed it. The rough fabric frayed very easily so I made took some extra steps to make sure it didn’t fray. In the front of the bag, there is a pocket large enough for a phone. I also have used it to hold chap stick and it hasn’t fallen out. Although The picture above, doesn’t show the pocket.


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