I have been giving my wardrobe a little bit of a tidy up as we enter the cooler months. Deciding on what to put away, what to donate and refashion. First refashion on my list was this top.
old top that was starting to fray. I have always loved the colour and
pattern, but was not so happy about the short sleeves and the fraying on
the neckline that could not be saved without an over locker. So I took
to it with the scissors. Basically cut it off from below the sleeves
in one straight cut:
Jenn from mytwobutterflies had kindly put up this technique
for a refashion she had completed using similar fabric. So I got to
working on it and now.....here is my completed sheer infinity scarf!
I am pleased with the result and happy that I was able to save the fabric. Now I have a little sheer scarf for all seasons....
For other refashion projects please stop by my blog www.craftyclaudes.blogspot.com
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