9 most helpful refashion tutorials from December 2013

with 4 Comments

I just posted a new recap post over on the Refashion Co-op blog with the Pinterest boards showing all the lovely refashions from December 2013 all nicely sorted into subjects. This requires me to look through all the posts on the blog from the last month and while doing so I can’t help but find some real gems. We have so many truly talented refashionistas on the blog and it’s such a pleasure to see what they come up with every month.

Men's shirt to women's blouse refashion by Eddie's Room, roued.com
Some of the posts also come with very helpful tutorials on how a particular refashion was achieved. So to give this a bit of extra credit I chose to make a new Pinterest board, with each months most helpful tutorials, found through the Refashion Co-op blog.

So if you would like to get on this board in 2014 make sure to post a step-by-step tutorial on how you made your particular refashion. You don’t have to post your tutorial on the Refashion Co-op blog, I am happy to pin the post from your own blog as long as you make sure to have a before and after photo on the Refashion Co-op blog.
🙂 Eddie


Peplum refashion from Feeling Kinda Thrifty

Sweater refashion from Saga i farver

Skirt to blouse refashion from Mary’s Thrifty Chic

T-shirt refashion – also from Mary’s Thrifty Chic

Jeans to blouse refashion from In The Mood For Couture

Long dress to maxi skirt refashion from Carissa Knits

Men’s shirt to infinity scarf refashion from Amy

DIY Handwarmer by Awesome Sauce and Asshattery

Follow Eddie’s Room’s board Most helpful refashion tutorials of the month on Pinterest.

4 Responses

  1. Mary Peteron

    Wow Eddie!

    Thank you so much for including me!!! 🙂 I am so flattered.

    Have a wonderful day!


    • Eddie

      You are very welcome Mary, it’s was a pleasure. Can’t wait to see what you have been up to in January when I do my next monthly rounds 🙂

  2. Eddie's Room

    You are very welcome Amy 🙂

  3. Amy Kalbster

    Thanks for including me! I don't have my own blog, so I try to make my instructions clear enough to follow when I post them to the Co-op. Thanks again!