Sometimes we love to get crafty here at the One Fated Knight
HQ. Whether that's shredding our own jeans or dusting off the bedazzler for vintage upgrades, it's amazing what you can do to put your unique stamp of style on an outfit with a little imagination. So our DIY hearts were stoked to find that our Duke tote
was recently featured in the premiere North American issue of Burda Style
, a magazine dedicated to sewing. What's better than a killer leather handbag to accompany the spring dress you whipped up with your own sewing machine? Check out their website
for a ton of patterns, project ideas and DIY tips.
From studs to appliqué, fashion loves a good embellishment. To try your hand at it, we recommend following Burda Style and these DIY fashion experts for tips and tricks: P.S. I Made This
- Founder Erica Domesek has made her mark as the ultimate destination for customization and personalization. She's got a major resume including being dubbed "Fashion's Queen of DIY" by ELLE Magazine and acting as a judge on TLC's "Craft Wars". (www.psimadethis.com
) Trash to Couture
- Zipper details, macrame and turning scarves into tops are just some of the cool projects and tips you'll find on this blog by Laura Pifer. (www.trashtocouture.com
) High on DIY
- Rinchen Dé shares fun DIY projects for clothes, accessories, home decor and more. The best part? We feel like we could actually make all of them. (www.highondiy.com
) Do you love fashion DIY? Tell us about your latest project!
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