So I've been buying lots of long-sleeve shirts on clearance and making them fabulous. This has giving me an over abundance of left-over sleeves. I was messing around w/ a sleeve and came up with this:
I love it and it was so easy.
1. Cut a piece of sleeve about 2 inches wide. You can't tell from the pic, but this is actually the bottom of the sleeve where it is stitched. If you don't have a sleeve, I tried the same technique w/ a folded over piece of knit and it worked the same.
2. Cut almost to the stitched line all the way down.
3. Start rolling. Hot glue a felt circle on to secure. Add a pin or hair clip if you want or sew it right on a t-shirt. You're done. I don't even think it took more than 3 minutes and it's so cute. You can experiment with different lengths of sleeves for different looks.
You can even turn it upside down and make a carnation.
I pinned mine on this sweater. (By the way, I stole the necklace out of the dress-up box).
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Too cute! I have several long sleeved shirts I bought on clearance at Target! Can't wait to do something fun with them!ReplyDelete
wow really its very beautiful Blossom . amazing your idea and pretty look . fantastic this post i like itReplyDelete
Great looking sweater..love the blossom. Thanks for sharing with my newbie party. Have fun!ReplyDelete
So cute, and love the sweater too! :-)ReplyDelete
This is adorable!! Thanks for sharing the tutorial!ReplyDelete
Popping over from Debbie's...
Well now that is just so very cute! Great idea!ReplyDelete
Such a delightful blog! Soooo happy to have found you. I'm here from Debbie's Newbie party to welcome you and I'm your newest follower. Pop over for a visit sometime and have a blessed Easter.ReplyDelete
I was totally going to buy those clearance shirts anyway, you've just given me an excuse! Thank you!ReplyDelete
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