20+ Talented People That Can Pretty Much Make Anything Into a Great Outfit
It’s always nice to watch professionals at work, and it doesn’t matter if they had a special education or are self-taught: what matters is that it’s impossible to take your eyes off their work. With just a sewing machine, a needle, some thread, and a lot of imagination, you can have outfits that were literally given a second life.
We at Bright Side love looking at the amazing things people can create from ordinary pieces of fabric. And judging by the bonus at the end of this article, they can even make something for animals.
“I recreated an early 1900s illustration butterfly dress!”
Can you believe what this dress is made of?
“I revamped an old maxi dress.”
“Upcycled from a curtain and blanket I found at a thrift store!”
“Embroidered red lips with a crystal cherry pin”
“My first serious ebroidery”
“I made this Viking and these crows for my son. He wanted something in black and white and ’a man with a beard and birds.’”
“I’ve made some warm scarves using natural silk and wool.”
“I’m a sewist on a tight budget who recreates expensive dresses.”
“Tried to recreate a ’60s inspired dress from The Queen’s Gambit.”
“This is what I made yesterday.”
“My favorite dress I’ve made so far — made from 100% thrifted materials!”
“Sometimes 1 + 1 = 1! 2 garage sale shirts become one balloon sleeve wrap shirt and a kerchief.”
“Turned an old sweatshirt and some scrap fabric into a sweater dress.”
“Upcycled a thrifted suit by painting on it! It took me about 30 hours, but I love the result.”
A bustier top from old jeans
“I upcycled 3 old T-shirts into 1 new one!”
“A sunflower tie-dye set that I made”
IKEA bags can turn into a windbreaker.
What you can make from an old man’s polo
“Had some old jeans lying around so I tried my hand at fabric painting. A few days of sewing and painting and I’m pretty happy with the result.”
“My take on Princess Di’s black revenge dress”
Bonus: “Been sewing shirts and matching ties for my 5 cats. It’s been fun. Hope you like them!”
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