10 Awesome Refashions for Kids

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Reminding me yet again that learning how to sew should definitely be on my 2013 to-do list, I am loving the flurry of amazing DIY kids clothes hitting the blog scene these days! By refashioning thrift store finds or upcycling clothes that other members of the family have outgrown, you have a genius way to a add a ¬†little style to your kiddo’s wardrobe without breaking the bank. From dresses made from t-shirts to cardigans crafted from oversized tops, there are so many incredible ways to rock the refashion trend while dressing your little ones to the nines. Want a few ideas to get started? Here are 10 awesome refashions for kids…hand-me downs have never looked so good!

  • Letterman Cardigan 1 of 10
    Letterman Cardigan
    Sporting a cute varsity chic look, I love this cardigan made from a men's oversized sweater.
    Get the how-to from The Extra Ordinary Bree.
  • Drape Front Cardigan 2 of 10
    Drape Front Cardigan
    Drape front cardigans are a huge trend in women's fashion so I love this kid's version made from a woman's top!
    Get the how-to from Grey Luster Girl.
  • Black Cat T-shirt 3 of 10
    Black Cat T-shirt
    A basic old t-shirt gets a fresh and cute update with a felt kitty face!
    Get the how-to from Oana Befort.
  • Ruffly Top 4 of 10
    Ruffly Top
    Made from a thrifted ladies knit shirt that cost $1, this ruffly top is too cute!
    Get the how-to from Craftiness is not Optional.
  • Striped Dress 5 of 10
    Striped Dress
    An adult-sized white t-shirt makes the sweetest little dress with the addition of hand-painted stripes and little anchor buttons!
    Get the how-to from Sew Country Chick.
  • Rockin’ Hoodie 6 of 10
    Rockin' Hoodie
    A pullover hoodie from mom's closet makes a super cute cardigan hoodie for the little mister. Love!
    Get the how-to from One Little Minute.
  • Little Man PJs 7 of 10
    Little Man PJs
    A men's XXL polo shirt gets the cutest update as a pair of darling pajamas for the little man!
    Get the how-to from Prudent Baby.
  • Cardigan Onesie 8 of 10
    Cardigan Onesie
    Want to jazz up a basic onesie for the littlest family member? These cardigan onesies are amazingly cute!
    Get the how-to from Prudent Baby.
  • Fleece Scarf 9 of 10
    Fleece Scarf
    Winter is here and so is the chill! Keep the kiddos warm with these awesome fleece scarves, which you can make from any fleece clothing you have.
    Get the how-to from Henry Happened.
  • T-shirt Dress 10 of 10
    T-shirt Dress
    A big kid's shirt gets made over into the sweetest toddler dress. Add sleeves for extra warmth!
    Get the how-to from My Own Road.


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