Refashioned Scarf from Bridesmaid Dress


Its really starting to get cold and what better way to welcome winter weather than with with a new refashioned scarf. Scarves are all the rage right now, especially infinity scarves. I wore this dress to my friends wedding but it was a little see through, so I realized I wouldn’t really wear it again as a dress.  The dress was made of this perfect minty blue lace I just had to reuse, I couldn’t let it go to waste.

Before:

After:

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Supplies:

-Old dress. I choose this lace bridesmaids dress.

-Sewing machine

-Matching thread

-Pins

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Steps:

First, pin the liner to the lace wherever you choose. I wanted to leave the trim unlined so I pinned it accordingly. You can see in the final project how the trim sticks out.

Once pinned, sew it down.

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Second, cut the top of the dress off. In this dress’ case there was an elastic waistband, so I cut above it.

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Third, serge or sew the end you just cut. In my case I folded it over twice and sewed it down, but serging the end would work well too.

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Enjoy your new infinity scarf!

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This light mint blue looks great on black!

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I love how the lace edge sticks out on the edge!

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Anybody up for a refashioned scarf?


TA-DA!

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Have any old dresses hanging around you want to make into a scarf? This is the easiest refashion I can think of!

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  • Antonette Martinez

    I love this!! Too bad you didn’t have two dresses cuzsI’d sure like a scarf like this!! Hehe

    • lindsayscalco

      Thanks Anto! I’m sure I could find a lace dress at the thrift store!