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Well, now I have a new sweater sleeve project to add to my portfolio and it all started when I saw this cute sweater at the thrift store.
It’s purple so it caught my eye, of course. And I love the ruffle around the bottom and the sleeves. It doesn’t show in the picture but is has a stain and it was discounted. I have a hard time buying a sweater to cut up that could be worn by someone. But if the sweater makes it to the discount rack and has a stain, then I don’t feel badly at all taking it and giving it a new life.
I brought it home, gave it a good washing (Mom), and cut the sleeves off.
I’d been saving these yogurt cups for a while. Don’t know why, but I liked the size and shape of them.
Then I simply slipped the yogurt cup inside the sleeve so the ruffle faced up. I tucked the cut side of the sleeve under and voila!
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