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Wow, this is cool.....Before Husband's Sweater... After Wife's Sweater ... Tutorial

Before Husband's Sweater. After Wife's Sweater. -I had a man's sweater that was huge. I used it to make a similar sweater. The button I used is blingy and closure for the button is diffe (Diy Ropa Sueter)

Upcycled old sweater - cut open to make it a cardigan and add a crocheted border and buttons

up cycled recycle wool sweater: "wash and dry at high heat to shrink and felt it up, slice down the front to make it a cardigan, then blanket stitch the border, crochet the overlap, add buttons.

Side Gathered Shirt - Tutorial - men's shirt refashion ~ Sugar Bee Crafts

Side Gathered Shirt - Tutorial - men's shirt refashion

Side Gathered Shirt - Tutorial - men's shirt refashion ~ Sugar Bee Crafts This looks awesome!

Refashioning old clothes into new, beautiful pieces makes shopping at the thrift store (or even in your own closet) feel like a gold mine!

19 Clever Ways to Refashion Your Clothes

You NEED TO check out these 10 GREAT Money Saving Clothing Tips and Hacks! I'm SO GLAD I found this! Definitely pinning for later!

Pack de DIY: pulseras, ordenar la bisutería, chaqueta | milowcost♥

XL men's sweatshirt into a comfy cardigan. I've been wanting to go to the thrift store. Adding a sweatshirt/sweater to my list of things to look for!

tutorial - how to resew two t-shirts into a fly-away cardigan. Cool!

tutorial - how to resew two t-shirts into a fly-away cardigan. This company has great ideas and awesome embroidery designs!

easy sewing tutorial for adding a cute doily collar to a girls sweater or shirt

DIY doily collar {easy sewing tutorial

Doily upcycle - easy sewing tutorial for adding a cute doily collar to a girls sweater or shirt

men's pullover to cardigan: wash and dry at high heat to shrink and felt it up, slice down the front to make it a cardigan, then blanket stitch the border, crochet the overlap, add buttons.

Recycled Mens Sweater: essentially it was wash and dry at high heat to shrink and felt it up, slice down the front to make it a cardigan, then blanket stitch the border, crochet the overlap, add buttons.

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