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Was having a little nosey around this website a few days ago and thought it maybe of some interest to you lovely lot. It's called stitchless and is all about the easy way to make clothes and upcycle. I think the website is somewhat newish but one to watch non the less.

There are a few different sections on the website:  clothes combining, from scratch and Stitchless TV video tutorials

This video is a simple idea of how to make a pattern for a top.

It's only a simple idea but one I wish I'd thought of before throwing out some of my old tops. 

There are more videos on stitchless website too.


  1. I love this web sight her tutorials are great. Thank you for Sharing!


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