tee shirts to dress refashion

I made this dress months ago, but somehow never took any pictures of it. I found some cute printed tees at my thrift store, so I cut off the bottom of a white tee, cut strips of the tee shirts, gathered them if needed, and sewed them into a quick dress. I used the existing hem of a tee for the bottom so it was a really easy refashion! Comfy and cool for summer too.

Check out how long Sadie’s hair is getting! I keep debating on whether it needs a trim or not. Sometimes it gets a bit scraggly.

Anyway, just a quick and easy dress/refashion. Enjoy!

Comments

  1. The dress is so cute love it so much!!! ^__^

  2. Thank you for the information. Great job you have done and keep it up.

  3. stumbled upon your blog today and this idea is genius – off to find some t-shirts to hack up :D
    greetings from Scotland
    Debz
    x

  4. That is such a good idea, and so cute!

  5. Very cute! I should do something like this for my daughter – she needs clothes this summer which is a first. She’s always had enough hand-me-downs and gifts that I really don’t *need* to sew for her. Now that it’s a need it’s somehow more fun to sew for her. :)

  6. This is so cute. I’ve made a dress like this for my daughter & it’s one of my favorites. I love the colors and mix of prints.

  7. Adorable! Thanks for the idea! I will have to keep my eyes open for cute patterned Ts!

  8. I love the combination of prints. I can’t believe you were able to get such a great combination at a thrift shop! I made one of these for each of my daughters a few months back (with tank tops on top), and they love them. As for Sadie’s hair… my 4 year old has never ever had a haircut. I say leave it for now :)

  9. Cute dress! Love the different patterns in the fabrics!

  10. i can’t believe you were able to find three cute coordinating shirts! well done.

    i feel the same way about Sutton’s hair. It has gotten very long and stringy. I have cut is short before and it is SO cute but makes it impossible to braid or pull back.

  11. This dress turned out adorable! What a great find and creation. I will have to start scouring the thrift stores now!!

  12. Adorable. I am impressed you found so many cute tshirts that coordinated!

  13. Very cute!

  14. Oooh love how those shirts came together! Love Sadie’s longer hair. :)

  15. I’ve gotta know… did you use a serger or a sewing machine???? I Love the dress and want to make one stat!

  16. Girl, your daughter is ending up all over my Pinterest “I Want to Make This Page.” Not that I want to make your daughter – just the stuff she wears! :P

  17. I love this!! Turned out great! I’m actually about to make some of these for my 9 year old!

  18. Beautiful colours! What a wonderful idea, and what wonderful prints you found!!!

  19. Cute cute cute! She’s such a great model. I love her hair – doesn’t look too stingy to me!

  20. How adorable :) It looks so comfortable too! I love it!

  21. Very cool, love the combination of colours and patterns

  22. Love these designs!

  23. The dress sure looks fabulous on her!

  24. so sweet……….

  25. This dress is adorable! Wish I had a little girl to sew for.

  26. Anonymous says:

    Those prints & colors coordinate so well, together they make a lovely summer dress! You have great taste!

    SabineC

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