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baby sweater

Added Nov 11, 2009

by sigrid

Minneapolis, Min...






A cashmere baby sweater up-cycled from a slightly torn women’s v-neck. I use the ribbing instead of a hem on the bottom of the body and the sleeves and drafted a hood to finish the neck opening. Seams are all sewn with double needle for stretchiness. More details and photos to come at my blog “analog me” http://analogme.typepad.com.

Material Notes

re-cycled cashmere knit




Garment Type

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    Mar 2, 2010, 08.53 AMby nookie

    love this jumper sparrow looks great and looks like a designer kids jumper

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    Nov 29, 2009, 10.50 PMby sigrid

    Thanks! I find it easier to alter the sleeves by redoing the armhole/shoulder, than it is to hem this soft fabric.

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    Nov 15, 2009, 11.04 PMby lottatroublemaker

    Great recycling of a sweater! Just love it! The applique and embroidery really makes it beautiful! Lucky little rugrat! :)

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    Nov 12, 2009, 06.03 PMby sewneenee

    adorable sweater and a great upcycle! The applique and embroidery are the icing on the cake. well thought out and constructed!!

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    Nov 11, 2009, 10.54 PMby smallone

    wow! i think maybe you made this look too easy ;) as you would have had to redo sleeves etc keeping ends in tact. lovely job and great up-cycle. interested to see your blog and how this was actually done.

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    Nov 11, 2009, 02.17 PMby frkbustad

    Nice looking recyle! I like the application + stitches around the sparrow!

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