The Obi-Wan Kenobi Dress

…I procured a marvelous Moroccan bed sheet for €1. With the aid of my faithful stitch-droid I transformed it into a most excellent cowl dress fit for the fiercest female Jedi:

wear it as a cool over-sized cowl…

or flip it up into a rockin’ Jedi hood!

…just make sure you have your light sabers charged & ready for action!

The Obi-Wan Kenobi Dress, along with 9 more groovily awesome refashion tutorials, is available worldwide in my fabulous Confessions of a Refashionista: Bewitched Bedding e-book for Amazon Kindle & tablet readers – for less than the cost of a Frappuccino.

*Don’t have a Kindle or tablet? Me neither…I simply use the oh-so-convenient-&-absolutely-free Kindle App on my computer…

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Confessions of a Refashionista: Bewitched Bedsheets

Bedsheets are a Refashionista’s best friend…luckily thrift shops are full of funky bedding that just begs to be transformed into fabulous fashions!

This handy DIY guide shows you how to morph those brilliant bedsheets & darling duvet covers into 10 groovy wardrobe additions (+ snazzy scrap busting accessories!) using only your scissors & sewing gear…no pesky patterns required!

10 Bewitching Tutorials

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Don't be shy...lemme know what you think...

  1. Hi, This is a totally cool dress. I think I will make mine out of some winter weight material….so cool. Thanks for sharing.

  2. Looks great and I think you could make these in a number of fabrics and without sleeves in a winter fabric to wear as a jumper. I LOVE IT.
    Enjoy your wearing.

    • Danke Schoen Brenda! I totally agree! I absolutely plan to make more…I have a lovely vintage lace table cloth that I think would be fabulous for making a short sleeved version! There are so many variations to be done with this wonderfully simple idea! =O)