Love Flow Creations' T-shirt Poncho
To make her t-shirt poncho, Missy has removed her t-shirt sleeves, and cut open on the sides. The t-shirts have been cut into rectangles and attached to the sides, and the bottom of the main t-shirt rectangle. The sides are then stitched from the bottom to most of the way to the top leaving a space for your arms to go through. Missy explains her inspiration is designer CreoleSha.
Love Flow Creations' T-shirt Sleeve Petal Skirts
Missy's a-line skirts are really clever. The base is made from a tank top, and the skirt's petals are made from t-shirt sleeves. She's cut open t-shirt sleeves that she had leftover from previous refashions, which are turned upside down, and sewn in overlapping rows. A fantastic idea way of using sleeves cut away from old restyled t-shirts, that could otherwise be thrown out.
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