Lace Trimmed Tshirt Refashion

 I have always enjoyed making my own clothes. Just ask my mom who, bless her heart, had to combine 2 patterns for my senior prom dress. She is the best! She taught me how to sew at a young age, and by high school I could whip out a skirt or shorts. I just love putting my personal touch on my clothes.

So…let’s be super honest here…I am not one of those young  20 somethin’ girls. I have had the, umm, “big” , birthday!! I am past the point of certain clothing options….

Anyway, I always love it when I find something that I love and can be worn no matter what age you are and is not tiny tiny or really skimpy! This lace trimmed tshirt refashion over at Sweet Verbena is just fabulous!!

 So I decided to make something for myself…shocking I know! My daughter asked me..”Mom, who are you making that for?” and I answered, “ME!”, to which she replied, “HUH??”

Anyway, it turned out soooo cute!!!

Create a simple and stylish tshirt. A perfect upgrade to a plain staple. So simple and quick! #tshirt #refashion #lace #sewing

Here are the supplies you need to create your own Lace Trimmed Tshirt:

One Scoop Neck Tshirt { mine was navy and came from Wal-Mart }

White Eyelet Lace { this sweet lace came from Hobby Lobby }

Sewing Machine and Thread 

Create a simple and stylish tshirt. A perfect upgrade to a plain staple. So simple and quick! #tshirt #refashion #lace #sewing

I sewed the eyelet onto the t-shirt using a zig-zag stitch…(a little tip: put the shirt on before you sew to make sure you have the eyelet lined up in the middle!!) Simply pin it down the middle to hold it in place while you sew a zig-zag stitch on each side of the eyelet lace. 

 Create a simple and stylish tshirt. A perfect upgrade to a plain staple. So simple and quick! #tshirt #refashion #lace #sewing

I love the way it turned out and dresses up a really inexpensive t-shirt…it will be so cute with my white jeans when it is not over 100 degrees outside!!!

Create a simple and stylish tshirt. A perfect upgrade to a plain staple. So simple and quick! #tshirt #refashion #lace #sewing

If you knew how much I HATE having my picture taken, you could truly appreciate the fact that I was able to put my photo here!! :) 

I would love to do this out of embroidered, wide ribbon for the fall on a long sleeve t-shirt! I think that would look great with a pair of comfy jeans!

We loved how this turned out so much, we used the same concept when  we created this Lace Embellished Tote  for a perfect and quick gift idea…

Create a simple and elegant tote in only a few steps wit minimal supplies! #handmadegift #mothersday #teachergiftidea #tote

Do you need a last minute, but adorable baby gift? We created this sweet Lace Onesie Tutorial for that new mom and baby…

Beautiful lace embellished onesie. A sweet gift idea for a new mom and baby! #babygifts #sewing #handmadegifts

Sometimes just adding a little touch of an embellishment like lace can dress up something so simple and pain. The possibilities are endless for dressing up a tshirt, tote, or onesie!

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I am a wife and mom to 2 fabulous children. My love for creating crafts, home decor, seasonal decor, and sewing has led me to my desire to share that with you here at Uncommon Designs. I am happy to have you stop by our little slice of the blog world and join us in Creating the Extraordinary! Enjoy!

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Comments

  1. says

    Love the t-shirt, Bonnie. I might just have to try that soon (when school gets going TOMORROW!). Oh and by the way – you look great! You haven’t aged one little bit!

    Marie

  2. Heather & Rose says

    Looks awesome! I like the idea with the long sleeves.
    We are having a link party every tuesday, we would love it if you came and linked up. Its still going on right now.
    *Crafty Lassie Tuesday*
    Thanks!
    Heather an Rose

  3. says

    Adorable! Is it really that easy?? I love it!

    By the way, I am hosting my very FIRST link party and I would love to have you link this to it–

  4. says

    What a cute shirt! I think I could tackle something like this and give myself a whole new wardrobe.

    I’m a new blogger. Please stop by Over the Hill and ‘Round the Bend and stay hello.

  5. says

    I love that shirt. It is simple yet so feminine and pretty. I am with you sista on the age thing and I think I am going to have to make myself one as well!

  6. says

    great job on this shirt! I would love if you’d come share with my readers on MoMomma Monday! :)http://momommamoney.blogspot.com/2011/08/mommy-monday-with-momomma.html

  7. says

    This looks so classic & current at the same time – that made more sense in my head =). I definitely think I’ll make a long sleeve one for myself. Thanks for the inspiration.

    katy @ redBuddy notes

  8. Lenore says

    First off in my opinion you should have no reason for hating to have your picture taken, you are all that an a bag of chips. While this embellished t-shirt isn’t my style I do have two people who would love it for the appearance and for it being a gift from the heart. You just helped me cross them off my what to do/get them for Christmas. Thank you for your help and inspiration. Have a great day!

  9. says

    Oh that is just too pretty – what a great idea – and you shouldn’t mind having your photo taken – you look fabulous !!!
    ( but I get it – I really don’t like to do it either lol )
    XOX

  10. says

    I love how this came out. I did my own version of Sweet Verbena’s fabulous top – it’s just so cute and easy isn’t it!
    You are rocking it really – you are!

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