Handmade pt. 2

Here's the promised pictures of the felted wool throw. It took a bit of planning to get the squares (or rectangles) to all match up, but overall wasn't too difficult of a project.
I think I used around 6 sweaters, using the front as one square, the back as one and then cutting the sleeves open and stitching them together to make a third square (or rectangle)
I did what I call a butt-joint (a borrowed carpentry term), and simply butted the edges together and zig-zag stitched them.
It's pictured in it's new home, my dear friend Sarah's house. Merry Christmas, girlie! Hope it keeps you toasty!

Another one in brights and stripes is on it's way for someone else...Hm mm, wonder who it is?
Oh, and Sarah, if you're reading this, could you count the sweaters in the throw and leave a comment so we'll know exactly how many I used?

5 readers took time to leave a thought:

Kate December 22, 2008 at 9:34 PM  

ADORABLE Shelly! You're one of the most creative people I know!

Karen December 22, 2008 at 11:45 PM  

Awesome. I wish I could buy one just like it.


McSarah December 23, 2008 at 4:56 PM  

i'm a lucky lucky girl...
o.k. lets replace lucky with blessed, that's more appropriate : )

Shelly December 23, 2008 at 5:09 PM  

If anyone's interested, I'll make you one for $200. Email me at shellymw@hotmail.com or meeupcarriers@live.com

4 Little Men and Twins December 27, 2008 at 11:42 PM  

so beautiful... can't wait to see it! We're so blessed to have you as a friend Shelly!


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