Simple Tips for DIY Clothing
If you’re looking for a great way to up your wardrobe without breaking the bank, then DIY clothing is the way to go! With the cost of clothes rising every year, it makes perfect sense to take that subscription to the local women’s clothing store and pick up a few new pieces or even dress up an old dress. However, if you’re anything like me, then buying from the big brands can be expensive, so why not consider making your own clothes? It is incredibly simple and doesn’t require any sewing skills, so if you’re feeling a bit fussy about what you wear, or just want to make something unique and different this season, then DIY is the way to go! There are many no sew or DIY clothing tips out there, so finding the right one for you can be difficult, but these tips will help you get the job done.
One of the simplest DIY clothing tips is to sew a simple pattern together using your own two hands and a piece of material such as a cotton jersey or an old T-shirt. Once you have it finished, it can be sewn onto a simple tee-shirt to create your very own no sew tee shirt top. You can then jazz up this DIY clothing outfit by adding a patterned collar, or changing the colour to match your favourite jeans! If you’re feeling adventurous, then you can turn this DIY apparel into a layered tee with a crochet edging detail on the back. If you’re not sure how to crochet a simple square or triangle pattern, then why not purchase a kit that has a step-by-step guide with detailed instructions on how to crochet a simple square or triangle pattern.
If you’d prefer to create something a little more snazzy, then you could try making your DIY clothing ensemble from scratch. This DIY clothing idea is surprisingly easy to pull off – even for those who haven’t seen before! All you need is a plain white or cream coloured shirt (a good choice if you are making your DIY attire for charity), a pair of patterned socks (for your toes), a zipper and some thread. When you have your DIY clothing completed, simply unzip your socks, slip the socks over your shirt and press the zipper shut. As you can see, creating your own DIY clothes from scratch is so simple that any beginner to sewing should be able to do it with relative ease.