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Finish your knit garments with professional looking necklines! This post covers the step-by-step process. | Indiesew.com

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Shhhh! We won't tell anyone and no one will be able to tell! A quick fix to make tighter jeans a little more comfortable in the waist. This quick sewing trick is easy to learn! http://www.ehow.com/how_4924641_make-jeans-waist-bigger.html?utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_medium=referral&utm_content=freestyle&utm_campaign=fanpage

Shhhh! We won't tell anyone and no one will be able to tell! A quick fix to make tighter jeans a little more comfortable in the waist. This quick sewing trick is easy to learn! http://www.ehow.com/how_4924641_make-jeans-waist-bigger.html?utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_medium=referral&utm_content=freestyle&utm_campaign=fanpage

100% obsessed. This girl does one refashion a day of awkward thrift store clothes and nails it almost every time - its crazy!!

100% obsessed. This girl does one refashion a day of awkward thrift store clothes and nails it almost every time - its crazy!!

Upcycle an old t-shirt. I'd like to do this to a couple of t-shirts that are currently too tight. I'll just add a bit of extra fabric when cutting the lace panels. Since I'm not keen on my bra showing, was thinking of adding a little piece of fabric behind the lace on just the upper bit.

Upcycle an old t-shirt. I'd like to do this to a couple of t-shirts that are currently too tight. I'll just add a bit of extra fabric when cutting the lace panels. Since I'm not keen on my bra showing, was thinking of adding a little piece of fabric behind the lace on just the upper bit.