On Pinterest, there's DIY clothing everywhere. Some of its good, some of its bad. Some of the tops that have inspired me I'll link up. Here's one that I had to use the rocky translation to figure out how it was made. Mine is basically the same, except without the little holes for a ribbon to tie it. Another is this ($80!!!!) nursing cover by Dria. It doubles as a lightweight cover for your stroller, the neck hole is supposed to fit over your stroller's handles. It also fits over the carseat, which the woman in the picture so "easily" carries on one arm...I don't know about you, but my 4 1/2 month old 17 pounder isn't getting dragged around in a carseat unless I plop him in our shopping cart. Here's why in case you missed it.
So, here's my first DIY wearable for myself. :)
Same top, but now its a scarf! Whoooo! Here's the tute. :)
- 1 1/3 to 1 1/2 yards of stretch cotton jersey or modal. Mine was a blend. Something that won't unravel when its been cut.
- A shirt you already own to use as a guide for the neck hole