Got a pair of gently worn oxford shoes that look a bit boring to your taste now, but you’re not ready to throw out yet? Got an old scarf or piece of fabric that you never use but also is too pretty to give away? Then let’s get a little handy with a fabric glue and combine the two pieces together :)
This DIY took me about 1.5 hour to do, but I think it’s because I was slow and was thinking a lot about how to do it properly. I did use a little bit of tracing paper and muslin fabric to aid me with the correct “pattern” measurement, so that took a while. But the actual “doing” itself took about approximately 20 – 30 minutes. It’s definitely a good beginner – moderate DIY project; beginner because it only requires glue and scissors as the main necessary aid objects, and moderate because the pattern itself needs to be precise. But don’t worry about it too much and you’ll be surprised to see the final result (like I did)!