Thursday, April 29, 2010

The Finished Refashion from Sunday

Needlework is so therapeutic.  I put some swirly embroidery around the edges and cuffs of the sweater I refashioned earlier this week.  It was more for my benefit than for the sweater’s.  But I think the sweater’s better, too.

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And finally, Midge gets to stop being a hussy and wear a few more clothes.   

It turns out that the sweater’s made of acrylic, not wool as I originally thought.  I normally don’t buy synthetics.  Still, as the sweater doesn’t fit me, I like how it turned out well enough to put it up for sale in my Etsy shop.  

I’m driving over the Rocky Mountains into Idaho tomorrow for a weekend-long, middle-school soccer tournament.  May not be posting for a few days, as I’ll probably play dead for a while upon returning. 

Have a lovely weekend! 


photos by B. Behan.  All rights reserved. 


Zuzana said...

Your sweater became lovely, the embroidery is a lovely touch.
Have a great drive and weekend.;)

vicki archer said...

Have a really great weekend, xv.

La Belette Rouge said...

It turned out fantastic. And it looks great with that scarf. Great job!
Happy weekend to you and your furry children.xxoo

Anonymous said...

I read your previous post on the sweater. I'm certainly impressed with the outcome. The embroidery is a nice touch.

Anonymous said...

I love what you did to the sweater. I'm surprised that the acrylic allowed it.

Lori ann said...

hi sallymandy,
i agree sewing is completly theraputic, meditative even. your embroidery is so lovely, i am inspired. i'm going to take up my needle too!
hope all is well.
♥ lori