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Hello DIY friends, here is a fun DIY project you can do at home with near to 0 material, a DIY ripped sweater (or tee-shirt).  You will need a thrifted or old knit (large thread) and a thread cutter.  If you want the rips to stay the same over time, you can secure your work with thread and needle.  (not shown in the video).  Have fun!  xo

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Salut amies DIY, voici un petit projet super fun et simple, un tricot déchiré fait main.  Vous n’avez besoin que d’un tricot à grosse maille de seconde main et un coupe-fil.  Si vous ne voulez pas que vos mailles étirent avec le temps, vous pouvez faire un petit point avec fil et aiguille pour stabiliser votre travail.  Cette étape n’est pas montrée dans le vidéo!  Amusez-vous bien!  xx

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Dita Von Teese

“I started buying vintage originally because I couldn’t afford the kinds of designer clothes that appealed to me, and I saw that many of the designers I liked best were referencing the 1930s, ’40s and ’50s.  So, for instance, I would see a Vivienne Westwood suit in a magazine, and then I would buy a 1940s suit and have it tailored to my corseted waist and padded hips. I always felt like a very ordinary looking girl, and I found that dressing in a unique way made me feel less ordinary and more glamorous.

“I love vintage clothes because I like to imagine the story behind each piece. Who wore it, where did she wear it, and who did she meet? Was it her favorite hat? Did she save up for it? I love the mystery of vintage clothes.”

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