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Well, has the quick project bug bitten you yet?! I have been working on these projects all month, so I’m so excited to finally be sharing them with you. These projects were so fun to think up and make!

3 Quick Boy's Tees Upcycles


It’s pretty easy to make simple things for girls, but let’s not leave out the boys! I’ve got three boy’s tees refashion to inspire you today!

3 Quick Boy's Tees Upcycles

First up, the zipper tee. You need a basic tee and a zipper.
Pin the zipper from the neckline to the sleeve hem along the shoulder seam. Fold both ends under the shirt.
Sew the zipper on with a straight stitch and fold both ends. Done!
3 Quick Boy's Tees Upcycles

Next, the pocket tee. You need a basic tee and a pocket from a men’s button up shirt.
1. Remove a pocket from a men’s button up shirt.
2. Pin onto the shirt and sew. Done!
*I did fold the sides and bottoms and extra 1/4″, so that it wasn’t too overwhelming on the shirt. I really like the large off-set pocket on the tee.

3 Quick Boy's Tees Upcycles

Lastly, the leather trimmed tee. You need a basic tee and leather or faux-leather strips.
1. Cut the leather into a 3/4″ long strip. Cut it into three pieces that will fit across the side chest and shoulders.
2. I cut mine extra long so I could pin the ends then go back and trim them after.
3. Sew on with a straight stitch. Trim ends. Done!

3 Quick Boy's Tees Upcycles
3 Quick Boy's Tees Upcycles


I really love these basic tees and think they look so great on Henry! They were so easy, but they’re so trendy and fun for boys!
3 Quick Boy's Tees Upcycles
Which one is your favorite of the three?

Heather

Author: Heather