I found this awesome shirt a while ago from Mel Trotter (my favorite local thrift store) for a mere 49-cents (of course).
As you can see, this thing is odd-fitting and just all around odd.
Don’t get me wrong, I clearly saw potential in it or I wouldn’t have bought it in the first place.
I loved the bright colors and the fruit is kinda fun and funky.
The thing is, I’m really not into wearing my fruit.
Plus it’s too wide, and too short on me, and that’ll never do.
When I saw this shirt I immediately pictured it as a bag filled with produce from the farmers market!
I mean, what a fun little produce bag, right?
The first thing that had to happen was removing those sleeves…
Once those pesky sleeves were out of the way, I turned the shirt inside out and sewed the bottom together…
After turning it right-side-out, it was done!
(That was easy!)
This thing could hold a ton of produce! I mean, look at all that room. Woohoo!
Oh and did I mention…check out the sparkles…
This refashion was very quick and easy.
Heck, you could even make it a no-sew refashion like this Upcycled T-Shirt Grocery Bag from SavvySugar.Com
Have a great weekend!