Ana Batalla and Elena Martinez made a fashion design internship within the Erasmus+ program at our studio.
We are glad to share with you some of their upcycling proposals.
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We made this piece of clothing from long palazzo pants. An easier way to play with the volume of the clothes and though the rope system.
Step 1: Cut the pants to the length we want. I this case, 44 cm from the waist.
Step 2: Sew down, normally with 3 cm seams.
Step 3: The tracks that contained the strings will be cut:
- A 44 cm by 4 cm wide rectangle;
- A 20 cm by 4 cm wide rectangle.
Step 4: The tracks are formed. Fold an inch o each side inward.
Step 5: One end is sewn to a centimeter.
Step 6: The shortest rectangle is sewn on the bottom left side. Sewing only.
If it´s sewn on both sides, leaving both ends seamless. The sewn end is also placed at the bottom.
Step 7: You can reuse the strap and make a top: use the same process with a longest rectangle.
Step 8: The strings are passed with a safety pin. On each side a race. The rope on the right side measure 100 cm. The rope o the left, measure 50 cm.
Step 9: Load the seam on the top side of each bass, thus holding the rope ad preventing it´s loss or incompatibility. And voilá, an upcycling outfit for warm days.
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