How to Make a Lace-Up Sweatshirt


If you’ve been thinking about adding a little athleisure wear to your wardrobe but don’t want to spend lots of money, here’s a quick change you can make to your beloved sweatshirt so you can be stylish and comfy at the same time.

Click here for the full tutorial.

Thank you, once again, Rylee for being such a cute and willing model. 🙂

Can you tell I’m not a big fan of the restricting crew neck? If crew neck shirts give you claustrophobia too, you can click here to find out another way to open up a neckline.

Happy Refashioning!

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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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12 Responses to How to Make a Lace-Up Sweatshirt

  1. Sharon Noyce says:

    Awesome I love this and the link you shared to how to make crew necks into v necks.

    Very happy my husband finally got me your book for mothers day this year. I asked for it last year too! Just takes a bit of forward planning to get it sent all the eay to New Zealand but it arrived just in time! i can’t wait to get sewing!!

    Thank you for all your guidance, and help.

    Kind regards Sharon

    On 14/05/2018 11:58 am, “The Renegade Seamstress” wrote:

    The Renegade Seamstress posted: “If you’ve been thinking about adding a little athleisure wear to your wardrobe but don’t want to spend lots of money, here’s a quick change you can make to your beloved sweatshirt so you can be stylish and comfy at the same time. Click here for the full “

  2. Sandra Walker says:

    Hello! I really love this easy tutorial. Is it not necessary to finish the “v”?

  3. Anna C S says:

    I’m going to try this on the side at the hem! I’ve seen them pre-made but never thought of doing it myself! Tx for the inspiration.

  4. Sooooo cute! You scored once again!

  5. craftysurf says:

    That’s cute

  6. Liz says:

    Thanks! I’m definitely going to try this. I also like Anna’s idea of doing it on the side hem. Sounds like a great way to get more room at the hip.

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