Sarah for my future mother-in-law

Added Dec 20, 2007

by kallers

Lewisburg, Penns...

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Description

A quick sarah I made for my mother-in-law-to-be for christmas. I think this will be great for her to slip on on chilly days! This was a super easy pattern. It only took me an hour to make.

Material Notes

Fleece, fringe

Difficulty

Novice

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    Dec 27, 2007, 12.51 PMby katherineoj

    I made one for my mother-in-law for Christmas too! It took me longer though…I still need to get a picture of her modeling it. Good job.

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    Dec 21, 2007, 12.51 AMby kuutydruk

    It looks very cozy and warm. So simple and yet so elegant! :)

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    Dec 20, 2007, 03.41 PMby kallers

    Hi Ruffie, the trimmings are just store bought and then stitched onto the edge of the fleece. That’s one nice thing about fleece, you don’t have to worry so much about finishing seams!

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    Dec 20, 2007, 01.13 PMby ruffie

    Wow that is really pretty, how did you do the trimmings

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Burdastyle

http://burdastyle.com//projects/sarah-for-my-future-mother-in-law