Sweater Surgery: How to Make New Things with Old Sweaters
Stefanie Girard (Goodreads Author)
Contemporary crafters are thriving on personalizing, modifying, and altering fashion as not only hobbies but as a lifestyleWhy repurpose your sweaters? Because you can't buy sweater fabric by the yard. Sweaters get damaged or go out of style but we still love the prints, colors, and textures. You don't have time to knit it from scratch. It's ecologically correct. And most of all--it's fun!
Sweater Surgery shows you how to upcycle all your slightly worn, slightly damaged, or plain old out-of-style sweaters into fabulous new items for your wardrobe and your home. Readers learn how to choose, cut, restitch, felt, and embellish old sweater fabric, transforming it into beautiful handbags, mittens, scarves, hats, hoodies, skirts, jewelry, soft toys, pillows, and more!
Complete instructions for 27 projects, plus a huge gallery of exciting ideas for further inspiration.
Hardcover, 160 pages
Published May 1st 2008 by Quarry Books (first published January 1st 2008)