City Gym Shorts for All Ages
I have enough expired memberships under my belt to finally admit that I am not a gym person. Although you may not find me sweating on an elliptical, I haven’t completely abandoned the idea of a workout regimen. I’ve just redefined the whole concept! My StairMaster is countless flights of stairs scattered throughout my daily subway commute; my weights come in the form of two wriggling girls (often carried up the aforementioned stairs); and my hot yoga is just about anything I do in New York’s…
Top 15 Summer Ready DIY Skirts With Free Patterns and Instructions
Don’t you just love free patterns? When those patterns allow you to create an entire new wardrobe, it’s great. We have collected a lot of skirt patterns for you. With summer in full swing, it
DIY Refashioned Track Pants
This is a great way to transform a pair of sweats that may be a bit short or unflattering into track pants. I personally find this style more flattering with running shoes as well…which I wear a lot. You can also do this with sweatpants your littles have started to out grow by adding a couple of inches in length. These make for great stylish play pants and they don't get dirty and ripped at the hem. For a full video of this tutorial go HERE Step 1: Use a pair of pants if you have them as a…
Pull Out Shelves Simply Awesome & Almost Genius Work
Pull Out Shelves are Simply Awesome & Almost Genius Work at It's Almost Genius Website. You can use it as Steps whenever Required & again Close it after Use
Top 10 DIY Clothing Tutorials
Skirts have been part of the woman’s apparel since forever. They are cool, they are practical, they are cozy and sophisticated. You can wear one for any occasion. Although the…
Craft Forums with Patterns, Project Ideas, Craft Advice and More
Craftster.org is an online community for crafts and DIY projects where you can find loads of ideas, advice, and inspiration. Hundreds of thousands of free craft projects, craft patterns, craft tutorials and more.
DIY: Romper from Men's Shirt
Another DIY project, recreating new clothes out of old clothes. This time featuring elastic waist, shirring details and racer back cut complete with tutorial. Supplies and Tools: Unused XL shirt from your husband/SO/boyfriend or thrift store, especially that has nice detail on the side Shorts for pattern Elastic band (I use 5mm) Elastic thread Matching thread Bias tape maker (if you don’t have it, no worries) Sewing machine Sewing pin Safety pin Sewing machine Scissors How to: Cut sleeves…
Must DIY: Take an old t-shirt, dress or even shorts and tie-dye it for a cool 60's throwback. Invite your friends over and have a DIY tie-dye party. Don't forget the lemonade and music!