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turn an old t-shirt into a no-sew turband

Simple DIY Stamped T-Shirt Apron

Written by Michael Ann of Michael Ann Made.

Today I’m pleased to introduce you to a new DIY contributor…Michael Ann from Michael Ann Made! Michael Ann is actually one of my college classmates! She has a precise style and adorable glasses that I love. She is a whiz at all things sewing and writes about her creative life at on her blog. Also find her on , instagram, and pinterest!

Hello Friends!

I am beyond excited to be part of the See Kate Sew team! I am a sewer, blogger, and lover of all things crafty, and live with my mr and little one year old boy in Portland, Oregon. Fun fact, Kate and I had sewing classes together in college, but didn’t find each other in blog land until after we had graduated, haha! I think that just makes it extra awesome that we get to work together now.

For this inaugural post, I thought I would keep it simple. Who doesn’t need an extra bit of simple during the holiday season?! This no sew headband would make a fantastic gift, holiday craft party activity, or last minute holiday party accessory.


– one old t-shirt– gold paint– pencil with an unused eraser

– scissors or rotary cutter

HOW YOU MAKE IT – No-Sew Turband

Cut a strip between 4 and 5 inches wide from your t-shirt by first, cutting off the hem, and then measuring up from that.

Using the eraser, dip it in the paint, and get stamping!

Since t-shirts tend to roll when they are not hemmed, I flipped the t-shirt strip inside out and painted on the backside, so when the headband rolled, you would still be able to see the polka dots.

When you are all done stamping, let it dry. And look! You’re done!

To fold your headband into a turban style, you can use one of two methods.

For the looped look, twist your headband strip twice, making sure the original seams of the t-shirt are on the ends, and then bring the ends together to make the headband.

For the knotted look, twist your headband three times before bringing it together. You can play with the little knot to make it bigger.

Now I am no beauty blogger, but this little headband seems to have magical powers when it come to making my hair look good! Since this was such a simple project, I thought I would also share how I did my hair in this fancy little roll.
Put the headband on over all of your hair. Secure behind your ears with a couple of bobby pins.

Take a section of hair from behind your ears and roll it back, tucking it into the headband. Keep grabbing, rolling, and tucking until you reach the middle of the back of your hair. Then repeat on the other side, starting behind your ear and working your way back.

Spritz a little hairspray to keep everything in place, and you’re done!! So easy, even a busy, lazy mom me can do it, haha!

How is that for holiday season simplicity? You can craft up an accessory, and do your hair, all in less than 15 minutes. Now that’s my kind of project!

I’ll see you either back at my site, Michael Ann Made3, or back here at See Kate Sew with more sewing fun next month! Hope you all have a fantastic holiday season full of lots of crafty goodness ;]

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Patriotic Shirt Apron DIY

Simple DIY Stamped T-Shirt Apron
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Summer, summer, summertime!! Woo Hoo!! It's here, it's here! Ok, well, technically, it's almost here, but as a devout summer girl and island dweller, when the weather arrives, the season arrives! And it has arrived.

I just adore summer, it's my most favorite season of the whole year. I get to sit by the pool, drive with the windows down and my daughters' song on the radio, hang out at the beach, walk on the warm docks and best of all, barbecue with friends.

Speaking of…in honor of the upcoming July 4th holiday, I made myself a patriotic apron and I can't wait to wear it. And eat…as long as someone else is cooking. I'm just in it for the fashion.

Last week, I finally got around to upcycling an old men's dress shirt and turned it into a super cute (if I do say so myself) full length gingham apron. It was a very simple DIY that took me about fifteen minutes to complete from the first cut to the last stitch.

Painting my own version of the American Flag on the pocket? Yeah, not as simple. Not for this girl anyway. Despite my prep work and the precautions I took to keep the paint “in the lines”, I still managed to make a mess. But that's ok, for me crafting isn't about being perfect, it's about enjoying the process and creating something I love. It's kind of my decorating and DIY mantra, because honestly,  if I strived for total perfection every time, I would never try anything. This way, I get to jump in and try something new without all the pressure. It really is freeing. Besides, I think that the quirks are what makes a handmade treasure so special. By now you must be dying to see my apron, I'm sure! So let's go. I started by placing a piece of cardboard in the pocket I was going to paint. It provided me with a flat, hard surface to work on and prevented any paint from bleeding through to the fabric underneath. Next, I mixed my paint with a bit of fabric medium so it would be wearable and washable. Let's face it, no one needs an apron you can't wash. I painted one blue stripe across the top of the pocket and then proceeded to paint the rest of the pocket red. I did overlap the colors just a bit for interest. I needed about two coats of each color to get the shade I wanted. Then I let them dry.
When I peeled my tape off, I noticed a bit of bleeding. That's the not perfect part. I was able to wipe some of it off and was going to try to scrub the rest of it away, but I was afraid I'd make it worse, smearing it over larger areas, so I left it. Some of the bleed was covered up by the white stars I stamped onto the pocket. I thought three stars were just enough to add a festive accent. As for the rest of the mess? What mess? All I see is a darling apron decorated with red, white and blue. What do you see?

Wait! Before you go, I'd to thank my sweet and talented friend Benita for hosting this month's installment of 10 on the 10th where we're all about July 4th fun.

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