Here are a couple of things I've finished.
The first two pictures are of a baby quilt I have been working on. It took me a month to finish this just because I would only work on it here & there. It was pretty easy to put together except those silly squares didn't seem like to line up perfectly all the time. An easy solution was to applique a bird over those seams: now you don't have to worry about seams not lining up. I used a brown Corduroy men's jacket, and some vintage sheets for the squares. The back is a thrifted yellow jersey sheet.
I also made two summer tops from men's dress shirts I have had forever and a year.
Before Picture (Imagine the sleeves still on this shirt, I forgot to take a picture before I started chopping it up).
I decided to make a halter making the back the front and the front the back. I cut a strip from the sleeves for the tie and removed those ugly white buttons and replaced them with covered buttons. I covered them with a tie I had in my stash. I love using ties for covered buttons, the colors in the ties make fabulous buttons.
The second shirt was a stripe shirt that I converted into a tank with a cute bow in the front. I normally don't like bows on my chest, but for some reason this one works. Once again I made the back the front and the front the back, but I opted out of putting buttons down the placket, and just surged the edges. I like how the stripes don't go in the same way, it adds some pizazz.