October 12, 2010

Upcycled Scarflette

I'm guest posting today over at Whip Up.  I've been excited to show you this tutorial since I finished it back in August.  I'll show you how to make this fun scarflette from an old sweater. 


It's super easy, super cute, and super warm.


Click HERE to head on over to the tutorial with me.

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30 comments:

  1. Love it! Heading over to the tutorial now.

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  2. I love it! Love the colors and the big buttons (like the clutch on both--yea!), and you look great!

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  3. I love love love this!!! I can't wait to do it myself!!! Question: was it wierd to model a scarf in August? I just noticed you're wearing short sleeves. I chuckled. :)

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  4. I love it. I actually just crocheted something similar, but I was looking at a sweater this morning saying to myself "what can I make out of this?" I can't wait to try it.

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  5. This is so awesome! Thank you.

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  6. you look so cute in your scarflette! lOve it!!

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  7. I just saw your tutorial....and how cute is that! Look at it with that lil tee you have on! Love it!

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  8. CUTE! Great minds must think alike, because I posted something similar on my blog last week!

    http://sweetpeaandjojo.blogspot.com/2010/10/recycled-sweater-button-scarf-tutorial.html

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  9. Super cute & thanks for sharing :)

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  10. Such a great idea!!! i think i spy a sweater in my closet that is going to get attacked!!

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  11. Oh my! I must make this! Thank you so much for sharing! BTW your hair looks fierce in those pics :)

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  12. Fabulosity! Now we just need it to get cold!

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  13. I just found your blog and am so in love! I also noticed that I was on your list of blogs to love! Thank you, thank you, thank you! I am your newest follower and fan!

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  14. I love this! ADORABLE!! Where in the world did you find the huge buttons?? I looked around online but couldn't find them that big. Thanks so much!
    ckrainock@gmail.com

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  15. The giant buttons are Dill Buttons. I just did a quick search online for them and here's a link where you can buy them if you can't find them locally.

    http://www.sews.com/buttons/dillbuttons/bigbuttons/bigbuttons.html

    They're usually $2.50, which totally beats JoAnn's where any big button is $10 or more.

    Cheri

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  16. Ah! Cheri! I love this. I saw a similar one from Living with Punks but it was longer and for a little girl. This is the tutorial I have been needing. Thank you. I love the blue and red together by the way! Nice job.

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  17. Cute, and LOVE the big buttons! I have an argyle sweater of my hubby's that something cute like this! Question, did you stitch the ends together? Maybe I should read the comments on the tutorial

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  18. Oh my gosh, this is the coolest thing ever! I can't wait to run to my Goodwill and find a sweater to make one of these. I love having things all snug around my neck in the dead of winter. I can't wait to make this! :-)

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  19. ohhh, love this and wish I had spotted it one day earlier so I could have put you in my roundup...darn it all. Too cute! I'll have to add it in later on at the end of the month! You never cease to amaze me my dear. hugs.

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  20. I love this. I've been eyeing those big buttons in the shop for some time now. And now I'm thinking of which sweater is going to "get the AX". Great mini scarf.

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  21. Sarah - I stitched around everywhere except the end where the buttons are. The buttons keep it closed there anyhow.

    Cheri

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  22. Random thought, I'm just happy to see a gorgeous brunette in Utah. I swear every girl around here--no matter her hair color--bleaches it. Where's the dark hair love?

    And this looks super comfy without looking frumpy. Oh, I've been reading too many nursery rhymes...

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  23. simply wonderful... love your blog!!

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