Has anyone re-fashioned something they found secondhand by sewing thrift store clothes? What did you make or re-imagine?
Here are some great ideas. It's amazing how great these look, and how frugal they are. I love this peplum dress:
Peplum dress thrift store remake Source and instructions
For a no-sew version, you could hem it with that fusible iron-on tape and belt it with a wide belt.
Ruffle dress thrift store remake source and instructions
Gingham Dress thrift store remake source and instructions
I love the idea of adding a flower to a thrifted cardigan source and instructions
This is a man's dress shirt! source and instructions
This thrifted top is so cute. Polka dots are really hot this spring, too. source and instructions
This used to be an oversized sweater. She took fabric off the sides to create the belt. source and instructions
Old men's shirt into ruffled blouse source and instructions
I LOVE this idea: Sew doilies into the hem and sleeves of a thrifted sweater or blazer photo source