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DIY: Fashion! How to Renovate, Recycle your Old Dress!

DIY: Fashion! How to Renovate, Recycle your Old Dress!

Wow, don’t stress girl… you’re gonna be just fine. Let’s see what we can find in the closet. The color of this dress is amazing but everything else… Couldn’t be worse on me. Sleeves are too long; shape is too baggy and oversized. This dress is so boring and plain…no way I am going on […]

How To Steam T-Shirt – Fridja Professional Garment Steamers School

How To Steam T-Shirt – Fridja Professional Garment Steamers School

Who can be bothered to pull out the ironing board for a T-shirt? Turn your Fridja on and in 45 seconds you’ll be ready to make creases disappear. Hold the bottom of the T-shirt tight and push the steamer head up in short motions. Move upwards with an angled steamer head pushing the creases out. […]

How To Steam A Long Sleeve T-Shirt – Fridja Professional Garment Steamers School

How To Steam A Long Sleeve T-Shirt – Fridja Professional Garment Steamers School

Turn on your Fridja and by the time you’ve hung up your garment you’re ready to steam. Hold the bottom of the top with one hand and run the steamer head up the T-shirt like this. This T-shirt has print, beading and delicate embellishment and would be an absolute nightmare for an iron, but with […]

Screen Print vs. DTG (Direct-to-Garment) Print

Screen Print vs. DTG (Direct-to-Garment) Print

I’m Carissa with BELLA+CANVAS and we’re at Shirt Agency in downtown Los Angeles. Today we are going to compare a screen print with a director garment print. We’re going to take this graphic of a bear and walk you through these two very different print processes and then we’ll compare the results. For this video […]

DIY No Sew Vest from a T-Shirt | T-shirt.ca

DIY No Sew Vest from a T-Shirt | T-shirt.ca

Hey everyone, this is Ebony from T-Shirt.ca Today we’re going to be upcycling an old t shirt and creating a no-sew flowy t shirt vest. This DIY is super simple: all you need is a t-shirt and a pair of scissors (the sharper, the better). We recommend using a shirt a couple sizes up from […]