This refashion took me a little longer than expected. In between managing the house, getting my son to school on time and doing some work, the project had to be spread over a couple of days, but in the end I made it!
I had some lovely off-cut fabric from China Town. The aunty (in Asian culture we call anyone who is older than us an aunty or an uncle) shopowner told me that somehow the fabric wasn't printed properly, but I didn't care, it looked gorgeous and snapped it up at a sale price of $5 per yard from the original $20.
When I got home, it got buried in my craft drawer. I had committed the sin of not thinking ahead when I made the purchase - I didn't know what I would be using it for. So it sat there for a while and then "ding!" I decided it would look lovely with my black refashioned top. This was one of my first refashions.