Scallop Style DIY Projects are perfect for those who love sweet details on their wardrobe. I admit that I am obsessed with all things scallop. And because I also happen to love crafts, I fall head over heels with scallop DIY style projects. I hope you do, too. Enjoy!
Now this is one adorable belt. I will make a list of DIY belts one of these days but this has to be included here. To make this, you will need to cut leather circles and then sew them to a ribbon. Very easy.
These bags look darling, don't they? I like this scallop style DIY idea because it is a great way to craft with scrap fabrics. For those who don't like colorful bags, you can opt for uniform fabric for all scallop layers.
Feel like giving a plain top a sweet scalloped treatment? Take a look at Casey's tutorial for making a scalloped collar. This tutorial is great for those who are thinking of going into dressmaking. Knowing the basics, such as sewing collars, is a good thing.
This tutorial, as you can see, is not for making a scalloped silhouette but for making scalloped patterns. Aren't they lovely? The faded style is all sorts of cute, too. I will definitely be trying this tutorial one of these days.
Here is a scalloped DIY tutorial that I cannot wait to try myself. You can use this to transform an old pair of shorts into something cuter. For my personal project, I will use a thrifted pair of pants.
I bet you can find a shirt in your husband's closet that will be a perfect candidate for this scalloped style DIY. Design variation: use your own button-down and add scallop details in different-colored fabric or lace.
This sewing tutorial is also for a skirt but unlike the one I made, this skirt's scalloped details are along the waistband. Cute, right? This tutorial is also fantastic for those interested in knowing how to sew circular skirt, by the way.