7 alteration skills to master through YouTube Tutorials // DIY

7 Easy Alteration Skills You Can Learn From YouTube

Easy Clothing Alterations from SeamsandScissors.com

Alterations Galore: 10 Easy Ways to Adjust Old Clothes So They Fit Like New - Seams And Scissors

Hawaiian-Shirt-to-Dress Refashion by CarissaKnits

Flamingo Dress Before & After - Not only refashioning thrift store finds but also altering clothes that are now too big.

How to Make Your Legs Look Slim Every Time via @WhoWhatWear

How to Make Your Legs Look Slim Every Time

Tutorial on how to take in sleeves quickly and easily. It’s amazing what altering sleeves can do for an entire piece.

DIY distressed jeans - this site has the BEST tutorials on how to alter clothes!

DIY: Distressed T-Shirt and Jeans

Every piece of clothing you wear has a story. It holds memories of that awesome concert you went to or that road trip you took. It reminds you of where you’ve been, and all the cool things you’ve done. Your favorite piece of clothing not

A coat that doubles as a sleeping bag. Designed for the homeless in Detroit. Blown away by this student's ingenuity.

Young Designers Focus Efforts on Homeless Population in Detroit

The new MPWR Coat.that turns into a sleeping bag.developed for the homeless in Chicago who are also employed to make the coats.but what a sad sign of our times!

DIY distressed jeans - this site has the BEST tutorials on how to alter clothes!

DIY: Distressed T-Shirt and Jeans

Every piece of clothing you wear has a story. It holds memories of that awesome concert you went to or that road trip you took. It reminds you of where you’ve been, and all the cool things you’ve done. Your favorite piece of clothing not

Every once in a while I get these crazy ideas for altering clothes or refinishing furniture and when it makes sense in my mind I go for it! The lady I nanny for has one of those crocheted poof foot...

Rope Tire Ottoman

Make your own rope tire ottoman! Works great as a nursery foot rest or an earthy rustic living room accessory!

It's called "design activism," or designing in order "to fill a need." College for Creative Studies Product Design graduate Veronika Scott created a water, wind and air resistant coat that provides warmth for homeless people. The coat is manufactured by homeless women at The Empowerment Plan.

Young Designers Focus Efforts on Homeless Population in Detroit

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