Browsing the "sweater crafts" Tag

How-to: Make Lovebird Wristwarmers from Sweater Sleeves

February 1st, 2012 | by Becky Striepe

Brr! It's getting chilly out there again. Wristwarmers can add an extra layer of cozy to your winter look, but the store-bought kind often aren't the most eco-friendly. Chances are, they're mass-produced in a factory using conventional cotton (with all of the issues that come along with it). You can skip the human rights and environmental issues, though, and make your very own set of wristwarmers out of a thrift store sweater instead! Here's how


10 Awesome Craft Ideas for Old Sweaters

August 6th, 2010 | by Wenona Napolitano

Do you have a pile of old sweaters that no longer fit but you just can't bear to throw them out? How about reusing and upcycling them into something else? Here are ten crafty ways to reuse old sweaters



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