#40 GREY SWEATER, #41 ETERNITY SCARF, #42 & #43 2 FLOWERS
Aside from my son's costume I just finished(item#1), I also worked on a cream sweater for me. It was fine as is but had a few miner spots I couldn't remove, so I threw it in some dye. The scarf was from leftover material on REDO #19(sheer dress) and both flowers made from leftover material I used in making my son's costume this weekend.
2. SWEATER- $ can't remember, thrifted years ago.
a. Dye- $0 already had, came from donation box!
3. SCARF- $0 leftover material
4. FLOWER- $0 leftover material
5. FLOWER- $0 leftover material
BEFORE: Perfect fit...some stains.
I unstitched the hemmed side to get more width.
4 & 5 FLOWERS
Inspiration came from here
Krista of LAZY SATURDAYS explains it better too.
BEFORE: Leftover men's shirt and tie from earlier redo.
About to attach tie petals
I sewed these in a row. Can be worn diagonally, horizontally or vertically on any tshirt, sweater, vest, jacket, hat, beret, headband etc Of course with most a safety pin is all you need. Or permanently with hot glue.
M.S. ! Our current student
FLOWER 2: Follow all the previous instructions...I promise I'm going to find out an easier way to do these lol EXCEPT, I stacked both small circles inside both large circles and folded in half like before.
I LOOSELY made the peak and sewed all 4 circles together.
AFTER: I wore all three items, w/ a black tank under, (sweater is thin & a little sheer) jeans, black boots :) and RED ring
CLOSE UP: I wrapped the scarf 1x and pinned the flower with a safety pin. LOVE IT!