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JULY Refashion Month Wrap Up (and flickr features)

This month has come and gone so fast. All through July, I had creative and talented guests sharing a refashion project they have made, a tutorial (or a few of them together), their own fave refashion projects... you name it!). Today I am sharing a wrap up, just a few pictures from what's been shared, make sure you go through all the links to check all the posts.  
Week 1


Week 2 
|day 8| Threading My Way |day 9| Serger Pepper |day 10| Refashionista |day 11| Mammy Made |day 12| Carissa Knits |day 13| Photosarah Crafts |day 14| House of Estrela

Week 3


Week 4 
(and a what's left...)

|day 22| Theresa's to Do's |day 23| Mellysews| day 24| Mikelina Makes |day 26| Sew Chibi| day 29| Wunderbar |day 30| Boy, Oh Boy, Oh Boy Crafts

Unfortunately something went wrong and it wasn't possible to have Sally from Charity Shop Chic. She's the second refashion diva I told you about and was oh, so happy that she was part of this amazing group! She's such a talented lady, and her refashions are beyond amazing. I am so sorry if you were expecting to see her. 

Also, during this month, there has been a flickr group for anyone who wanted to take the challenge and sew along with us. 
Here's some of my personal favourite picks:


by Nutta!


I hope you've all enjoyed it as much as I have. I am sad though that I didn't get to refashion more pieces, but I got 5 new ones, so that's pretty good already! What about you? 

Comments

  1. Thank you so much for hosting Magda! I cannot imagine how much work this took you, you did a wonderful job!

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  2. A fabulous series, Magda. Thanks for all the hard work that went into organising!!!

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  3. I agree, thank you so much for bringing us all together. I am now a follower of all of these blogs and feel honored to be part of this refashion community.

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  4. Thank you so much for featuring my refashion and hosting this fun series!

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