You may remember this sweater:
arm warmers/fingerless gloves. I have to tell you, I LOVE my arm warmers, but they were a little tricky to make...at least more than I anticipated. This sweater was made from 60% Cotton and 40% Acrylic. I found this to be a difficult fabric combination to work with, simply because it was so stretchy. Because of this I decided to take a simpler route for this next project.
After cutting off the sleeves, I used a seam ripper to rip the seam that held together the sleeves to the body (The seams at the shoulders). And because I am not that patient, nor do I like tedious activities (such as ripping seams), I accidentally made a couple of small holes in fabric. Oops! So I went back later and stitched them up by hand. Here's the results:
Then, I made an infinity scarf. Here was the sweater after the leg warmer project.
There is one more part left in the sweater series. Don't miss it. It's coming soon.
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