I refashioned another men’s shirt! 😀
I cut along the turquoise line and sewed the new side and shoulder seams together. Then I removed the pocket and added darts.
Now the shirt fits much better.
Instead of self-fabric bias binding, I finished all raw edges (the V-neck and armscyes) with my faux 1920s picot hem.
I really like how the shirt turned out. I think I’ll soon refashion another men’s shirt! 😀
14 thoughts on “Men’s Shirt To Women’s Blouse – Refashion”
What a fun refashion! I might just have to find me a men’s shirt to cut up, and redo.
Thanks so much, Alexandra! 😀
Terrific! I’m off to my fella’s closet to find a shirt to try this on. ^^
Lol! 😀 Thanks, Kate!
This turned out beautifully, I’ve done a mens shirt to top refashion and used a commercial pattern that I tweaked a bit. I like your edging idea. I think I’m due another go at this, maybe stealing your edging idea next time 🙂
Thanks so much, Julie! 😀 You’re welcome to steal my edging idea!
You’re welcome to drop by fora cup of inspiration!
Thanks, Jennifer! 🙂
Thank you so much for linking up to #Fakeituntilyoumakeit.
This post is great…so inspiring.
I love the new-look shirt, especially tied at the waist.
Have a fab week!
Thanks so much, Samantha! 🙂
What a great idea! Thanks for sharing this with us at the Homestead Blog Hop!
Lovely and cool for a hot Summer. Looks good tied at the front, too.
Thanks for stopping by, Pam!