Must Make Monday – Upcycled

Hubs and I were talking debt today. Eeeekkkk! Nuff said.


Shirred Pillowcase Top by Betz White on Craft


How About Orange’s newspaper basket and flowers tutorials.

How to Restyle a T-shirt into a Ruffly Cardigan posted by Cal Patch on Craftstylish.


Dish towel library tote by Anna Maria Horner.


How to Make a Bangle from a Vintage Map posted by Danielle West on Craftstylish.


The Shirt Dress Tutorial from Made.


How to Make an Out of the Ordinary T-Shirt Quilt: PT1 and PT2 posted by Erika Kern at Craftstylish.


How to Make a Light Out of a CD Spindle posted by Kayte Terry on Craftstylish.


T-shirt to Newborn Gown posted by Carrie on This Mama Makes Stuff.


How to Recycle Magazines Into Jewelry posted by Diane Gilleland on Craftstylish.


How to Make a Mosaic With Your Old Plastic posted by Kayte Terry on Craftstylish.


Reusable Upcycled Lunch Bag posted on Future Craft Collective.


Panty Tutorial: How to Make Your own Drawers posted on Belle and Burger.

10 responses to “Must Make Monday – Upcycled

  1. thanks for the link

  2. Thanks for the link! Love to be posted like that among such other great tutorials and ideas.
    And yes, upcylcing is perfect at any time in our lives :)

  3. great collection! i agree that we all should have been thinking this way all along, and we should never stop!

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  5. ok, can i just say i totally freak out every time i see one of these posts? i am so a beginner…which i shouldn’t be, since my mom is such an awesome sewer, always has been. but i am so afraid of my machine. so i just sew straight lines: quilts (that are kind of cool as long as you don’t look closely), curtains (again, don’t look too close…), that sort of thing.

    but this post, i swear, i am in heaven. dreaming up exactly how i can make all of this stuff. i have no idea if any of it will turn out, but i promise to blog about it and link to you! and i’ve sent it to my 2 bestest crafty friends. last time i sent something from your site to them they freaked as well. so i know it’s not just me. ;)

    thank you, thank you, thank you!


  6. I have just found this site. I love to re-use, alter, and re-style things. This should be a good place to check back on frequently.

  7. WOW I love that pillow case shirt…. what an idea, and pillow cases always have the most beautiful patterns too!

    – Trashy Crafter

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