In continuation of last week's Part 1 involving reconstructing shirts and such, Part 2 focuses on sweaters. Some of these projects I found are so cool, I'm kind of tempted to scour Goodwill and other second-hand stores for high quality fibered sweaters, but that would defeat the purpose of me purging my closet and getting rid of stuff. Sometimes, the internet is not good for me.
Alpaca Wool Sweater Handbag, via The Inadvertent Farmer
Sweater Produce Pillows, via Fun in the Making
Cashmere Bunny via Betz White
Quick Mittens, via Etsy
How to Recycle a Sweater into a Chair Cover, via CraftStylish
Felted Knitting Basket, via Martha Stewart
If I had a sweater this nice, I'd probably wear it, or make it into a smaller sweater for a toddler!
Stuffed Pig, via Martha Stewart
Sweater Pillow, via Transient Expression
How to Sew a Ruffled Scarf, via Craftzine.com
Wool Felt Sweater Slipper Sock, via Instructables
Beverage Sleeve and Coaster, via 10th Muse Studios
Gremlin Softie, via 5 Orange Potatoes
Plastered Jars, via Daily Danny
Can you believe these are made of sweaters?
Spring Cleaning Dust Mitt, via We Wilsons
This mitt is so awesome!!
See what I mean about the temptation to buy more sweaters just to make these? But I must resist and make do with my non-100%-natural fiber sweaters. Do you have any other ideas?