Ten Minute T-Shirt Shrug


Ah, the pleasant air of spring…..makes me want to wear my summer dresses. But since it’s not quite warm enough for some of them, I transformed an old t-shirt to make a quick shrug that will ward off the chill until those hot days of summer arrive. It’s so easy, I want to make one in every color!

TenMInuteTShirtShrug

Click here for the “how to”. 🙂

Happy Easter!

Beth

PS: You can find the tutorial for the dress here.

About The Renegade Seamstress

I'm a busy wife, mom, grandma, and teacher who loves to create. I've joined the refashion scene and I 'd like to share and connect with all those talented and creative people out there doing similar things.
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30 Responses to Ten Minute T-Shirt Shrug

  1. mari says:

    That is darling! Love the simplicity of it….

  2. Great refashion!! I’ve got a Craft Gossip post that links to your tutorial: http://sewing.craftgossip.com/tutorial-10-minute-gathered-t-shirt-shrug/2014/04/19/
    –Anne

  3. vjstracener says:

    That looks adorable!

  4. Katie says:

    Suuuuper Cuuuuute!

  5. Oh, this is so beautiful !

    • Thank you, Lucille! These are my favorite colors to wear!

      • They are very complimentary to you, soft green as well. I have a favourite (made of denim and white, if I recall correctly) but I can’t find it now.

        Your blog is very inspiring and just motivates me to clear out my “dumping ground”, setup my machines and start putting my sewing skills, so wonderfully taught to me by my patient Mom to good work on all my hand-me-downs.

        Thank you

        • I would really like to see your creations when you get started. It’s always so fun to me to see what other people dream up.🙂 It’s funny you mention soft green. I was just ironing a long soft green thrift store dress that I picked up yesterday. I’m hoping to make a maxi skirt from it today.
          Happy Sewing!
          Beth

  6. Jackie says:

    Wow, this is incredible!! It doesn’t look like a DIY and is such a practical idea on so many levels.

    I hope you’re having a great Easter!

    xo Jackie
    Something About That

  7. My aunt must be on your mailing list because she randomly emailed me this post and said it made her think of me lol! Love it!

  8. Anonymous says:

    Ok, so as a beginner-I’m a little slow, like more than 10 minutes- but I got a request to make another for my sister quick as I was done! Thanks so much for the great ideas!

    • You are soooo welcome! I’m glad it worked for you! You’ll be faster on the next one and the next one and the next one…. because, if you’re anything like me, you’re gonna want one in every color.🙂
      Happy sewing!!!

  9. so clever! Going to look for an old tee to do this with!!

  10. This is such a cute idea. Some of my sewing students brought in some t-shirts to refashion, and I think this would be a perfect project. Thanks for sharing!

  11. Tami says:

    I like it with the long sleeves-a little more coverage for the spring days. I have a long sleeve grey one in my refashion pile-new idea!

  12. Marianne says:

    I want to try this! Thanks for your awesome ideas.

  13. Debbie says:

    What a clever idea and so cute😀

  14. Angela says:

    Do you need to use a loose fitting T?

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