Wednesday, 17 October 2012

Ten Refashioning Tutorials ~ Dresses for Girls...

Today, I'm showcasing Ten Girls' Dress Tutorials all made from refashioned garments and linked to our ONGOING Dresses for Girls Link Party. All of these dress tutorials contain step by step instructions and lots of photos.

Asymmetrical T-shirt Dress Tutorial by Amy, from A Home, Made




Colour Block T-shirt Dress Tutorial by Karyn, from Kayboo Creations


The Gigi Dress ~ Refashioned Sweater Tutorial by Justine, from Sew Country Chick


Wishing Flower Dress Tutorial by Amy, from A Home, Made


Yellow T-shirt Dress Tutorial by Casey, from Simple Joy Crafting


T-shirt and Swimmers to Dress ~ Tutorial by Jill, from Creating My Way to Success


Pillowcase Dress Tutorial, from Suburban Prairie Homemaker





Aren't they all fabulous!!! And what's more, they all cost next to nothing. Ten Girls' Dress Tutorials.

For more ideas and inspiration, head on over to our ONGOING Dresses for Girls Link Party. As of today, there are 210 dresses. 

And if you'd like more ideas, have a look at my refashioning page.

If you've made a girl's dress, I'd love you to link it up.

... Pam

9 comments:

  1. Thank you for featuring my dresses, Pam! Such a lovely surprise this morning. :) xoxo

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  2. Thank you for featuring my yellow dress! I posted a link to your blog too.
    Casey

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  3. Thanks for the feature Pam! Have a great day!

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  4. Thank you as well for the feature. My daughter still loves wearing those t-shirt dresses. I even have a couple more stained shirts to do another one. Thanks again.

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  5. Thank you for the feature, Pam!

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  6. Thanks for the feature Pam! Love all the other ones!

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  7. Thank you so much for the feature! All the dresses look great! My girls would totally LOVE the purple one, I should try it....

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  8. Oh I love the colour block T-Shirt dress, and I reckon I could probably do that one too. Bonus that you can add another layer when they grow!

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