At the moment I want to dresses, to be uncomfortable… for to feel me feminine and pretty… and strangely I don't have that much in my closet, I turn with the same very regularly…

I so want a dress "doudou", comfortable, hindering me not but that doesn't look like a bag…

This dress is the encounter of a skirt in mesh bought on mega sale at the time of my last pregnancy (so she has more than five years…) and my man size L, discarded set cotton sweater for I don't know why…

recycled dress

the skirt is knit and the belt also but style edge side, cast off like some sweat pants (sorry I don't have a picture 'before' this time…). I just put it during my pregnancy and then never… everything simply because cast off this thick mesh on my stomach me added a surplus not welcome… and one day I unfolded this band and I thought that by grafting a top top of that could do!

Like black top I didn't large choice in my case of recycling other than this great sweater… then I cut out it with an axe… This is where we say that having a sewing mannequin is super convenient!

recycled dress

Basically I cut the sleeves, receintre the sweater to make it tight, I got cut under the chest and stitched the skirt in the wake. I then had a lot of work on the sleeves and armholes that I reduced and adapted to the possible (and there live the elastic fabric that allow a bit of approximation,…) …

recycled dress

My little son squatter who will be the subject of my post project…

The result pleases me well, she's comfortable as I wanted all highlighting my forms… and it moves!

However, she is not super hot because this is the mesh of cotton but with a "thermal" t-shirt below it will be perfect!

On the less… Maybe I should cut jumper a few centimetres lower because the dress tends to go up but good nothing too serious, I shoot a little and everything is in place… the other less is the ability of this fabric to hang all the dust and cat hair…

recycled dress

recycled dress

so you like my fiftieth recycling project? As I'm having much to do, I guess I'll keep my momentum going…

to soon for a refresher for mini thumb next time…