Thrifted Sweatshirt Re-Fashion

I found this sweatshirt at Savers for $2 a few months ago. As you can see, it. was. huge. My husband was so confused when I was buying it, but I knew I could take it in. I loved the color and the v-neck style of it. It was worth the risk. It also has shoulder pads. Yes, has. I left them! Anyway, once it was home the task seemed daunting because I thought I would need to do a bunch of fancy sewing to keep it proportional but it turns out a quick taking in of the sides and sleeves proved to be all that was needed!

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If you would like to take in a shirt or sweatshirt that is too big for you, use this T-Shirt Refashion tutorial.

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    Comments

    Sophia

    That turned out adorable! I also get weird looks from my husband when I bring home “projects”.

    Selina Pengelly

    what a cool find!!! i love thrifting gigantic items… more fabric to play with! super cool refashion!
    ~selina

    Chelsea @ Making Home Base

    Too cute! Great upcycle/refashion. Love that color.

    Lisa

    Cute! A Savers just opened by my house and I spend way too much time there. I’d love to try this one day!

    Pam

    A fabulous top for $2!!!

    Helen Graham

    This is gorgeous!! Well done!! thanks for sharing :-)

    Cheryl @ Sew Can Do

    Fantastic – especially because you saw the potential hidden in that giant shirt! Thanks for linking to Craftastic Monday at Sew Can Do:)

    Kirstie and Michael

    So cute! this makes me want to go out and buy a sewing machine!

    Jill @ Create.Craft.Love.

    Ca-ute! Love how it turned out! Much better than that old baggy thing. Thanks for sharing at the Pomp Party!