Hope you all are doing well. Had the opportunity to reseat a couple of tests, they went all good for my feeling :). Because I didn't have any class today I thought why not doing some DIY stuff.
I end up pimping my old cropped sweater from MEXX with some leopard fabric.
It was so easy, this is what I did:
First, what I used:
You can choose if you want to sew or use glue. I used glue because I'm lazy and it was easier for me, because my sewing machine is broke, mwehh :( - Need to get myself a new one, but that means I need to get myself a job first…
I accidentally took blue tread instead of black. You have to use tread that match your fabric keep that in mind!
Secondly, the steps I followed:
Step 1 The Sleeves.
Decide how wide you want the slip to be. I went for 18 cm and thought it would look cool at the end of the sleeve. I drew a line on the back of the fabric (not the good side) to know where I had to start cutting. I did this two times, for every sleeve.
Step 2 The Front Pocket
I measured the pocket of the sweater and drew it on the back of the fabric (not the good side) just to guide me again what I had to cut out.
Step 3 Glueing The Fabric To The Sweater
I think This doesn't need any explanation. I just a normal glue from HEMA that was also good for fabric. I let the glue dry for a day before I washed or wear it.
Just 3 easy steps I do want you to keep in mind that this is what I did. You can make any design or do anything that you want to do! Hoped you like this post.
I've been think about doing a DIY post ones or twice a week what do you think?
Thanks for stopping by,