Either my husband or I have WAY too many t-shirts hanging around. T-shirts are always in abundance at the thrift store and easy hand-me-downs to come by, so I put together a round up of some awesome t-shirt refashion tutorials that you can do yourself!
There’s a tutorial for every problem you have: too large, too small, cover a stain, sew inexpensively, etc!
Do you love to refashion? Check out these lists of refashion ideas! There’s something for everyone!
T-Shirt Refashions for Women
This wrap tee is stunning and easy to recreate! It would be great for any t-shirt that’s just a little bit too big.
Did you get a stain on the front of your tee or did it shrink in the wash? Make this no-sew cardigan to keep wearing it!
Did you get a stain on the front of your tee shirt? Cover it up with lace! This lace t-shirt is stunning!
If your tee is too short or it shrunk in the wash, you can use this t-shirt refashion tutorial to give it another life.
Hide those bleach spots or stains with this cute applique refashion! I love the floral print showing through.
This tee had a stain that was covered with a fun and chic fringe trim. You can put the fringe trim wherever you need it!
If your t-shirt is boxy and unflattering you can cut the hem off and add shoulder ruffles. These ruffles bring in the shoulders and make a more flattering silhouette.
T-Shirt Refashions for Kids
Use 2 tee shirts to make two colorblocked tee shirts! You can making coordinating friend or sister t-shirts with this tutorial. There’s also some great tips for sewing knit fabric!
To save money on making baby clothes use adult tee shirts to make a baby gown. I love the fun baby gowns these will create!
Use up those t-shirts you want to donate by turning them into baby pants. This tutorial even comes with a free sewing pattern!
Use the free baby romper sewing pattern to make adorable rompers for your toddler. You can reuse some hems and the neckline to make it a fast sew!
Stretchy t-shirts make the best baby leggings because they are already soft. This one also comes with a free sewing pattern!
The easiest backpack to make just reuses a t-shirt! All the pieces are right there on the tee shirt and your child gets a fun new backpack!
I love these simple updates that you can do to boys t-shirts!
Which one would you like to try?