Use the Self Ruffling Yarn and follow directions below
1. Wash and dry sweatshirt
4. Using a rotary skip-stitch blade, go around all the edges of the sweatshirt
5. Crochet the self-ruffle yarn through the holes with a chain stitch pattern. Doesn't matter what size hook you use.
6. Have fun while you're at it!
|I wadded up a little leftover yarn and stitched it to the jacket|
|Joan's finished product!|
|Edith in her new jacket|
|jacket for Odestine|
|Sherry in her new jacket|
Kinda funny about Sherry's jacket. I sent it to her by Crystal as a surprise. Then I ran into her in Gander Mtn before she rec'd it. She got to talking about how she wanted a lightweight jacket, but had decided against buying one since winter is so short-lived in Texarkana. I told her that she just might like what I sent her to her via Crystal! And I she did. She's pumped about making some now!
|Jerri cutting out her sweatshirt|
|Cindy and Sue getting started|
|cutting up (their sweatshirts)|
|Connie and Dawn (Connie wearing a sweater that Linda crocheted)|
|Dawn, it's only crafting|
|Linda stuck with crocheting sweaters|
|Cindy Lou Who wasted no time getting started with her ruffles|
|Dawn crocheting her ruffle in|
|Sue and Jerri focusing. Shirlene socializing.|
|Tom would look good in Jerri's finished jacket -- pretty sure Stan is scratching his head in the background|
|Jasper thinking "Is Tom quir?" (Tom's spelling)|
|Sue's finished product. Don't tell Tom, but she looks better in it than he does.|
|I took the black yarn out that Jerri had done (it was just practice for her) and put in a wintery while and silver .|
Gives it a Mrs Claus look for next Christmas. Guess who will get this one?
|The blue doesn't pop like this in real life. Lovely shades of earthy greens|
|I had a little yarn left over and made and infinity scarf|
|Getting ready for our photo shoot|
|Sue, Shirlene, Dawn, Jerri, me, Connie|