Anytime I go to a thrift store I check to see if there are any cashmere sweaters. It doesn’t matter what size they are, how dated the style or if they have a hole here and there. As long as they’re inexpensive, I buy them. They’re great for cutting up and piecing together to make new clothes. If you haven’t been hoarding cashmere sweaters for future sewing projects (seriously, I’m probably the only person who does this =D), acrylic sweaters will work just as well.
This is a great beginner sewing project because there’s no real pattern to follow and you can piece together the sweaters any way you’d like!
Old or thrifted sweaters (I used 3 sweaters and 2 sleeveless tops)
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