Added Oct 28, 2012
My first uploaded project! Yah!
II felt in love with this sweater the moment I touch it at a thrift store. It’s so soft because of angora wool. Unfortunately it was way to big and looked like a potato sack. The bat sweater was a perfect candidate for a refashion.
I used a basic Tshirt pattern (106 from Burda 02/2011) but cut size 38, 1 size bigger than normaly cause a sweater needs more ease than a Tee. I have made a step by step tutorial, nothing groundbreaking. I hope this will be helphul if you have never done this before.
I will wear my bat sweater on halloween.
Seater at least 2 sizes too big
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