Free Stuff Friday!

TGIF, especially because you can enter to win the new book, ReSew: Turn thrift-Store Finds into Fabulous Designs by Jenny Wilding Cardon from Martingale & Company (MSRP: $24.99).

The book is filled with fun DIY and upcycling projects to create a truly unique wardrobe! ReSew cover 255x300 Free Stuff Friday!For your chance to win your own copy of ReSew: Turn thrift-Store Finds into Fabulous Designs, answer this question in the comments section:

Do you upcycle or transform any thrift store finds into new clothing?

Post your answer by 9 AM ET on Monday, when we’ll announce the winner. Good luck!

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159 Responses to Free Stuff Friday!

  1. Chuck says:

    No, I haven’t made clothing yet. I repair my clothing as needed. ; )

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  3. Cabrini says:

    I love to recreate things into new things. My latest project was a skort from my daughters closet that she never wore, into a cute denim skirt with a litte embroidery on the front!

  4. Janice says:

    What a wonderful resource. I hope I win it.

  5. Cheryl says:

    I purchase sheets from my local Goodwill and use them for backing on my quilts. I use shower curtains and sheets that I purchase to sew quilts, duvet covers, appliance covers, and vests.

  6. Rilla Flynn says:

    My wardrobe is mostly upcycled and redone thrift store finds! I am very petite and have a terrible time finding new items that fit me, and the price! Oh My! This way I don’t spend much money (either on fabric or buttons) to have a new outfit!

  7. Tracy Coomes says:

    yes I try to. I think it is a waste to not reuse lace or other things you can find on garments at flea markets or other resale stores.

  8. Vicky Rhoton Kelley says:

    I like to buy items at the thrift stores because sometimes the fabric is great quality especially some of the older cottons. It is always fun to create something from a garment that is your own design.

  9. Kathleen Graas says:

    I hadn’t even thought of it….what a GREAT idea! I’ll be visiting the nearest thrift store a.s.a.p.!

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