Army Tent (just a chuck of one)
a Flannel Flat Sheet
Pocket & Sleeve Cuff from a Men's Dress Shirt
FOE (fold over elastic)
Green T-Shirt: Men's Large
Men's XL Button-Up Dress Shirt
Oh man have you tried Gracious Threads Everest Pants yet? I wrote about these a bit in this post here for One Thimble. These pants are great because you can use so many different types fabrics for the construction. For my first pair I used Duck Cloth. I loved how stiff and rugid they came out. The next pair I made classy for Church out of corduroy and then when I got the prompt for Top Stitchers I knew I had to up-cycle something fun. I wanted to keep them baggy and loose and I thought that the detailed bottom panel that makes this pattern stand out could be a fun with a simple change in print direction. I used the front button placket for the top of the detailed pant front and the back of the shirt and the sleeves for the rest. While this pattern has a lining I choose to leave it out. I also made a simple full elastic waistband. I love how there is just a bit of contrasting detail if you look closely and from far away you have no clue that it once hung in my husbands closet!
Although I am biased, this version of Shaggy is my all time favorite! The whole look was completed for under $5 due to a little creativity, a bunch of great patterns, and Up-cycling my fabrics! Thanks for taking a closer peek at my Shaggy. Come to learn more about Fred and PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE, head over to Free Notion to see my entry for Season 2 of Top Stitchers!