Spring Sweater Refashion 2011 {#3}

Mar 08, 2011 4:01am

Spring Sweater Refashion 2011 {#3}

Welcome to the next installment in my quest to refashion my wardrobe :) My third sweater refashion started off with a plain white cardigan from Target. Spring Sweater Refashion 2011 {#3}


Add a few chiffon flowers and you have a sweater refashion that is super easy, fast and requires no sewing machine. Spring Sweater Refashion 2011 {#3}

To make this easy sweater refashion, all you need is:
  • Chiffon fabric for the flowers.
  • a Candle
  • Buttons
  • Needle and Thread
  • Fabric Glue {optional}
  • Take your chiffon fabric and cut out four different sizes of circles. I cut mine out as a 3 inch, 2 inch, 1.5 inch and 1 inch circles. You can use a circle template if you want a perfect circle.
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  • Light a candle and burn the edges of the circles. Rotate the material slowly all the way around each circle.

  • Once the circle edges are burned, lay the circles on the sweater in the place you want them. I arranged the circles 2-3 circles per flower.

  • Then pin the flowers on the sweater.
Spring Sweater Refashion 2011 {#3}


  • Now sew the buttons in the circle of each flower.

  • The last thing to do is put a circle of fabric glue under some the edges where the flowers are droopy. Or you can put a quick stitch through the material.

Voila -- you are done!! {total project time = 30 minutes} Spring Sweater Refashion 2011 {#3}


Now you have a sweater with some personality!!
Spring Sweater Refashion 2011 {#3}


I added the flowers around the back for a little fun. Now - go find some old sweaters and create make some new creations!!!! Spring Sweater Refashion 2011 {#3}


Thanks for stopping by! And if you do make a sweater refashion, let me know. I'd love to see it!!!
xxoxox
Spring Sweater Refashion 2011 {#3}


 

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I love to do anything creative. I like trying new things. I love making something beautiful out of nothing. I love remaking things into something better. I love looking at something and seeing the possibilities. I love my family - thanks to them I am able to work on tatertots & jello! I love meeting new friends. I started this blog as a place to keep my creative ideas and projects. I love encouraging other people to develop their creative side. Anyone can be creative! I love the positive side of blogging and I want this site to help encourage people to be creative and be supportive of each other.

 

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