Skirt/ Dress from a Shower Curtain

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Dress from a Shower Curtain
Last week we talked about all of the dresses that I'd made from bed sheets.  I was looking through the sheet dress pictures when I remembered that I've also made a couple of dresses from Shower Curtains!

I found a nice shower curtain in the linens section of Good Will and something about it called out to be a dress.

BEFORE - Just a curtain
I paired the curtain with a blue knit polo top.

BEFORE - Polo top
There tutorial detaining how I made this dress can be found here!  Sometimes I pair this dress with a white top tied at the waist.

Dress with a tied shirt

This white dress is made entirely from a shower curtain.

Shower Curtain Dress #2
There is no tutorial for this dress because I'm still deciding if I like it or not.  In the end I may remake the bodice (top).  I wanted a new dress for a baby shower and this dress did the trick.

Shirred panel in the back
Because there is not a lot of fabric to spare on a shower curtain, I added white fabric and made a shirred panel so that the dress would fit.  Here's a tutorial on shirring.

Shower Curtain Maxi Dress
I LOVE this fabric and I'll likely add shoulder straps to this dress.

Group Pic from a Baby Shower


Shirring is the practice of making a panel of plain fabric into stretch fabric.  You've probably seen and worn shirring a thousand times.  This is what shirring looks like:

Shirred Fabric
Check out this tutorial to learn more about shirring.

Shirred Panel

Click HERE for see the dresses that I've made from bed sheets.

Click HERE to learn how to make a circle skirt.

Click HERE to learn how to make a dress from a Shower Curtain.

Click HERE for a complete list of my refashion projects.

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  1. Certainly a really good idea to get some unused things to provide something useful for daily use. A clever idea to get some changes to the dress and make it look more amazing.