DIY + Tutorial DIY Fashion 20 Upcycled Skirts for Spring

Published on January 28th, 2014 | by Becky Striepe

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DIY Fashion: 20 Upcycled Skirts for Spring

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DIY Fashion 20 Upcycled Skirts for Spring

Need some skirts for your spring wardrobe? Check out these awesome DIY fashion tutorials!

I know, it’s hard to think about DIY fashion for spring when we’re coming off of the insane cold front that swept through a good part of the U.S. earlier this month, but spring’s a-coming, you guys! And – at least for me – that means skirts, skirts, skirts!

There are so many reasons that I love skirts. They’re comfortable and breezy. They’re also pretty simple to make, and if you’re trying to add more DIY fashion to your wardrobe, easy is a big plus. Whether you’re a beginning seamstress or a seasoned stitcher, these skirt tutorials are a whole lot of fun!

DIY Fashion: 20 Upcycled Skirts for Spring

  1. Frumpy Dress to Cute Skirt
  2. How to Make a T-Shirt Skirt
  3. Man’s Dress Shirt to Skirt
  4. Long Skirt to Trendy High-Waisted Skirt
  5. Upcycled Sweater Skirt
  6. Men’s Pants to Pencil Skirt
  7. Long Skirt to Peplum Skirt
  8. Upcycled Circle Skirt from a Vintage Bed Sheet
  9. T-Shirt to American Apparel-Style Skirt
  10. Color Blocked T-Shirt Skirt
  11. Ruffle T-Skirt
  12. Denim Dress to Cute Skirt
  13. Dowdy Skirt to Pencil Skirt
  14. Cosby Sweater to Cute Skirt
  15. Anthro-Inspired Sweater Skirt
  16. Dress to High-Waisted Skirt
  17. Stenciled Pencil Skirt Refashion
  18. T-Shirt Yoga Skirt
  19. T-Shirt Layered Ruffle Skirt
  20. Simple T-Shirt Mini

I’d love to hear from you other crafty people! How are you adding a little DIY fashion to your spring wardrobe?

Image Credit: T-Shirt photo via Shutterstock


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My name is Becky Striepe (rhymes with “sleepy”), and I am a crafts and food writer from Atlanta, Georgia with a passion for making our planet a healthier, happier, and more compassionate place to live. My mission is to make vegan food and crafts accessible to everyone!. If you like my work, you can also find me on Twitter, Facebook, and .



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