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Tush nro 4 by felix lammers

Shirt customizing idea for those loose 70´s kaftan tops and gypsy shirts. Only the ugly ones..!! Don´t cut them up if they are pretty :)

Do you have something you want to ask me? Something you want me to do a post on? A project dilemma I could help with? Drop me a line through e-mail or comment below. I´ll collect questions for the next week and then pick 20 to answer next weekend. I will feature reader creations in the same post, so if you´ve made your own DIY fashions, send me pics and a description of your project (link to your project?) and who knows.. your project could be featured here!

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  1. Would you be able to do some tutorials on making your own clothes from scratch? Or lots of things you can do with fringing (I love fringing, haha)

    I have done one DIY tutorial on my blog (though I do them myself quite often) which is this: http://dozendresses.blogspot.com/2010/02/diy-skirt-tutorial.html
    But its not as good as yours!!

    Sonia // Dozen Dresses xx

  2. I made this top a while ago but I still think it's one of the best ideas I've had in a long time. It was really easy to execute as well, and looks amazing on.


    It's right up your alley, I think ;) Thanks for all the amazing DIY ideas, I LOVE OUTSAPOP!!


  3. I'm wondering if you might have any ideas on how to reuse flannel pyjama pants. I seem to keep wearing them out in the bum region and then they tear. Anything would be great, I hate throwing things away!

    I'm new to your blog, but I'm loving it already. Looking forward to looking through your archives!

  4. I'd love to see a tutorial of bleaching jeans. Those I find don't seem that informative.

  5. here's a dress project that I *just* finished. Not a lot of structural changes (so it's not really a reconstruction), but a rather big commitment to surface treatment (shibori stitching, dyeing, and then embroidering).

    here's the blog post about process:

    and here's a flickr pic: