This is a really fun book that shows you tons of ways to take apart and put back together those great concert T's you've been collecting for years but have never worn
Not my favorite DIY book. There are only 3 or 4 projects that I found innovative or unique, and the measurements given didn't seem to work out for me (I'm average sized-5'4", 130). This is one that I wished I'd waited for on my WL, or gotten from the library instead of ordering new. Your mileage may vary:)
Has some great ideas on ways to ramp up your old tees as tops, skirts, accessories. Not a lot of sewing skill needed for the projects. Definitely recommend it.
All you need are scissors, needle, and thread, safety pins.....and moxie. This book has really good ideas for all of the old fav tees. I made two of the blankets and now everybody wants one!
Before I swapped for this book, I borrowed it from the library. It is very well laid out, is easy to follow and has tips for those of us who don't sew much (some no-sew options). After trying a couple of projects I would recommend it, although be advised a few of the styles are for the younger crowd (teen or 20's).
I'm addicted to this book. But now I need more t-shirts to cut up.
This book is full of fun and creative projects to do with t-shirts. A must have for anyone crafty. I loved transforming t-shirts for my university into bags, tops and jewelry!