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No Sew Leg Warmers From a Thrift Store Sweater

Upcycled, No Sew Leg Warmers From an Old Thrift Store Sweater

Upcycle a thrift store sweater to cozy warm boot socks with this new sew tutorial by the Renegade Seamstress. She does a lot of cool stuff with thrift store finds

Cute legwarmers made out of the sleeves of old sweaters! Awesome for this cold winter. Brr!

was looking all winter to find a beautiful sweater from which to make those awesome leg warmers. maybe next winter Upcycled Recycled Repurposed Sweater Leg Warmers Fair Isle Knit Brown Orange Camel. Such a cute idea!

Super cute ways to use an old sweater: Pillow cover and rain boot 'socks'

DIY boot socks and throw pillow from a cable knit sweater- boot socks sew & no sew tutorial, take off the sleeves from old or thrift-store sweaters and do a quick seam. (Use the rest of the sweater to make a pillow.

Seems easy enough :)

DIY Boot Socks -go to a thrift store even, and just get a really cheap sweater, and viola!

chop off the sleeves of an old sweater. (Search thrift stores for good sweaters to use for this)                                                                                                                                                      More

16 DIY Crafts to Warm You in Winter

Upcycle, repurposed, DIY craft boot / leg warmers from the sleeves or bottom half of a thrift store or old sweater you have laying around.

Aubrey's Favorites: Make Your Own Boot Sock from Thrift Store Sweaters

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Add a little lace to your wardrobe with the lingering lace sweater. Stunning lace falls below the sweater and spills out onto the sleeves. This beauty can be paired with leggings or jeans for a classy

Thrift store sweater update idea with lace/that is a great idea love it paired with black leggings & ankle boots

How to felt your wool sweaters so they won't unravel when you cut them

How To Make Felted Wool

Easy tutorial on how to make felted wool. All you need is a washer and dryer!

Either gather the center back of the jacket and pin with a broche, or sew two pieces of fabric on the back of the jacket and tie into a bow

Cheap & Chic DIY: 2 Ways to Reinvent a Thrift Store Blazer