12 Cute Children’s Clothing Refashionscraftyamy
I love a good clothing refashion! In fact, my friend Jen (from Tatertots and Jello) and I recently started a blog called Refashion Files. The topic is just as it sounds. We are always looking for the best in clothing re-dos, upcycles and refashions! Honestly I think the children’s ones are the cutest (maybe because they are small), so I’ve pulled together a collection of my favorites. One that I really think is brilliant is this pants to jumper refashion by Katy. This would be perfect for going back to school! Click through the jump to see my other picks!
Sweater Vest 1 of 11Cut an old sweater to a child's size (removing the arms) and add binding.
Get the step-by-step at MADE
Toddler Sweatshirt 2 of 11This sweatshirt started out sized for an adult - and with some cutting, sewing and buttons became the perfect size to fit a toddler.
Get the instructions at Craftiness is Not Optional
J. Crew Inspired 3 of 11This shirt was made from a larger tunic and inspired by designer fashions.
Learn how to do it at Mama Says Sew
Olympic Rings Top 4 of 11This was made by cutting up an Old Navy tank and adding cascading ruffles of color.
See the project at Sweeter Than Cupcakes
Cardigan to T-Shirt 5 of 11This cardigan was sewn from a large woman's t-shirt, and the ruffles added to the neckline are easier than you think.
Find the how-to at At Second Street
Lounge Pants 6 of 11An adult's t-shirt becomes a pair of child's pants - use a current pair of pants as your template.
Learn how they were made at Kojo Designs
Gold Shoes 7 of 11Add a bling-bling touch to old dress shoes using metallic craft paint.
Learn how at The How-To Gal
Color Block 8 of 11A Goodwill tank becomes the top of this sweet color block dress - just add the colored fabric of your choice to the bottom.
Get the how-to at Home Made Lovely
$1 Shirt 9 of 11To make this dress, a junior's shirt was trimmed down and ruffles were added.
Find out how at At Second Street
Plenty of Ruffles 10 of 11You can use t-shirt material or other cut up jersey knit to create this skirt with cascading ruffles.
Find out how at Wee Share
Pleated Dress 11 of 11Simply cut the top off of a woman's shirt and add straps to make a cute little dress.
See how it was done at Create & Delegate
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