Thursday, March 25, 2010

Hand-Me-Down REHAB Readers' Showcase and Linky Party

We don't have too may link-ups yet, but I thought I'd do a highlights post anyway in hopes we can get some more links.  Link your projects at the bottom of this post.
First, you've got to check out the Tank Top Top, my sister Katie made.  She's got an awesome and super detailed tutorial 2 part tutorial on her blog Notes from a Very Red Kitchen.
I love the fabric she used which came from Cherry Line Textiles, and if you want to get some free fabric from Cherry Lane Textiles, check out the giveaway here.

Then you've got to check out Melissa at Until Wednesday Calls.  She's got several really awesome refashioning projects posted including this skirt and vest made from some pants her daughter had grown out of.
Then I love how she converted a onesie into an adorable girly shirt using a super easy lettuce edge.  Melissa has tutorials up for both these projects, so be sure to click on her links.

If you've got your own Hand-Me-Down REHAB or other project, please link to our Hand-Me-Down Rehab Linky Party.  Even though most of the projects I'm doing involve clothes, feel free to link up other rehab/refinish/reinvent/remodel/re-whatever projects you've been working on.  If you link up, I'd appreciate it if you'd grab a Hand-Me-Down REHAB button or a Helping Little Hands button and put it in your link post or in  your blog sidebar to let others know about the fun.

Join in!  Grab a button.
Hand-Me-Down Rehab


  1. That tank top is cute, I really like the fabric!

  2. These are amazing projects. Thanks, Polly!

  3. awesome!! totally great idea, I linked up :) I'm so into refashioning children's clothes right now :D, I hope I can participate regularly in this. I wanted to participate in the felt food along before but didn't find the time! I'm going to look into "the skinny" too.. definitely something I need to do as well :)


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