These cozy bootlining socks sew up in about 15 mins. Literally! Come check out the tutorial at my blog here
Added by Tanna Peters on January 19, 2010 at 6:10pm —
i loved this idea, i going to make my grand-daughter some, lots of them, and i have some old sweaters waiting.
Added by Barbara Jackson on August 22, 2009 at 8:09pm —
Create your own winter wonderland with the help of colorful thrift threads. Perfect for old plaid patterns or sweaters long forgotten, these holiday trees are guaranteed to spruce up any room. Group them together for your own fun-filled forest, or space them out to add a pop of color throughout the house.
Make these decorations using old sweater from Savers, out right out of your collection of old sweaters.…
Added by Susan on November 25, 2012 at 3:30pm —
Here is a (very) basic pattern for hat and mittens set that Trish from "Simple Up" made from a felted cable-knit sweater. -- note that she's only allowed for very small (approx. 3/16 inch, or 4 mm) seams, since felted sweaters don't require finished edges.
Check out the patterns and instructions… Continue
Added by Susan on February 4, 2010 at 10:30am —
"I LOVE THIS." Super easy, thrifty, and fun!
You will need:
- Man’s long sleeve sweater…
Added by Susan on August 20, 2013 at 5:30am —
Another sweet thrift shop find! Another sweater that was very small, and possibly already felted, found it's way into my hands a few weeks ago. It's quite thick. I loved the floral design and the off-white color. I'm going to play with it today,and possibly make another purse.
I'd love to… Continue
Added by Susan on February 3, 2011 at 8:05am —
Nancy, of Nancy's Couture makes making winter hats a snap using sweaters. It's so easy - it's not even funny... check out this tutorial and whip out some of those old sweaters you won't wear to make some new hats!…
Added by Susan on November 25, 2010 at 3:30am —
Want one of these? You will need a cardigan and an old t-shirt.
Download this flower cut-out pattern… Continue
Added by Susan on November 17, 2010 at 3:00am —
I con't decide if I want it to snow or not. I'm in Texas and we don't have that much snow so it's nice to see sometimes. But it makes driving a nightmare and I don't like that. I don't have to go anywhere so I am blessed but others do and I wish others didn't have to deal with the negative impact of driving in snow and ice. I like to crochet when it's snowing so I enjoy it.
I am getting a lot of projects completed because… Continue
Added by Jana on January 10, 2011 at 11:27am —
Check out these Cowl Necks, what a nice idea. I'm always too hot in a bulky turtle neck sweater but I like the style so these are perfect, when it gets too warm just slip it off. Wear one under a blazer or your winter coat.
Added by Kim on January 26, 2011 at 5:54pm —
I just purchased a beautiful, used boiled wool jacket from Austria on Ebay. The quality is excellent. The only problem is the sleeves are too short! Has anyone had any luck stretching thick boiled wool? I thought I'd wet the sleeves with a little water and hair conditioner mixture. Any ideas? I've had fairly good luck with regular wool sweaters because I'm patient and spend a lot of time streching and pulling before they dry.
Added by Lori on October 14, 2008 at 5:59pm —
I love these two combination of turquoise flannel fabric match together. This one was a fun one to make. It is a twin size so that I have plenty to cuddle with on a…
Added by Shannon on April 13, 2013 at 7:00am —
Added by Ruby Murray on November 6, 2011 at 1:30pm —
This project would make a fantastic gift for any little boy, or girl. You could vary the eyes, ears, and nose to create any critter they might like. Penguins, teddy bears, rabbits, or stick to the owl that this easy and well written tutorial demonstrates. You would be able to also make matching mittens
for the hat and scarf. Grab an old sweater or buy… Continue
Added by Susan on December 16, 2009 at 6:00am —
A warm and cozy one-of-a-kind dress made from recycled sweaters.
Lindsay of "The Cottage Home" gives us… Continue
Added by Susan on February 18, 2011 at 3:00am —
Our professional sweater upcycler ReSweater posted a photo (above) of a skirt she recently made out of felted… Continue
Added by Susan on November 17, 2011 at 10:30am —
with unusual pockets, embroidered plackets, beaded yokes, collars, or buttons make excellent and unique stockings, and making a stocking from a patterned sweater creates the illusion that you knit them yourself. Shhhhh don't tell them any different....… Continue
Added by Susan on November 29, 2010 at 5:00am —
My friend, Londa, posted on her blog about making a dress, V1250. I headed over to the Vogue website to see the pattern and, holey-moley! it was on sale for $3.99. "Hmm", I said to self. "I think I need that pattern. And free shipping on orders over $25. I could see if any of the patterns on my wish list are $3.99… Continue
Added by Gloria Allender on April 19, 2011 at 5:00pm —
Sweater Make-Over Sewing Project
The Way I Do It……..
OK, this doesn’t mean it is the ONLY way – but after YEARS of creative sewing, designing, observing and teaching . . . I’m convinced that the process I share below is the best way (at least for me) to sew, be the ‘boss’ and have to have FUN while…
Added by Londa Rohlfing on January 19, 2016 at 5:00pm —
So, I'm a total newbie here. I've been on Ravelry for a while and was thinking how neat it would be if there was a site like that for sewing! And then I thought, maybe there is! Googled "sewing" and found you all.
Now I just have to find my way in here and figure out how everything works. I have all kinds of projects. I plan to knit a "sweater" for my armchair. I just fetched two great dresses from my closet earlier today and they are now hanging here in the living room in… Continue
Added by Susanne Strandvoll on May 2, 2011 at 1:32pm —