Saturday, December 22, 2007

Reconstructed Old Pants and Shirts

I typed this entry a while ago, before there was an electricity trip-off. T-T I lazy to type the whole thing again. T-T So, I just let the pictures do the talking.

Pair of soft cotton knitted stretchable pants and a t-shirt. The pants more than 8 years old and shirt more than 5 years old. I have a LOT of clothes I don't wear anymore. I'm taking a cue from Japanese craft magazines to make bags from cotton materials. But they normally use linen.

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The lace and velvety red fabric tape are for covering the unsightly stitches. :P I got the fabric tape from a swap. :)

And I made another bag from a sleeveless knitted top from my mum's teenage years. Her size sadly does not fit me.... T-T Red pom-poms are part of a swap package too. :)

{The unsightly stitches}

3 comments:

Mikiye Creations said...

OH my Goodness!
That BAG LOOKS GREAT!
I LOVE that you had the pictures of the original items and what you transformed them in to.
Nice touch.

lynnx01 said...

You never fail to amaze me with all those wonderful crafts and DIYs of yours.

Sing Yee said...

Mikiye - Thanks! The Japanese are very inspirational. :)

Lynn Xuan - Haha... :P Amazed in a shocked way? My mum almost clobbered me because I cut through clothes that're still in good condition. :P But then, I showed her my towering piles of not-worn-anymore clothes. She has since passed me more unworn clothing. T-T