On our minds: Fall for DIY

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by adakallgren on 21 January, 2015

Make things that are beautiful and bang on trend.

We recently discovered a lovely DIY blog called Fall for DIY, with tutorials on how to create or revamp garments into enviable pieces such as this lux organza sleeve t-shirt. Based on a zero waste t-shirt pattern, this top brings an opportunity to explore zero waste pattern cutting, the sustainably sound technique with the aim to cut out a garment without wasting any fabric. The site looks well promising and we would definitely give it a go. More here. /Ada Källgren

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