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Posted on:1/14/10 10:52 PM


Review Rating: Helpful by 1 people    Very Helpful by 8 people   
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elm jay said... (2/12/10 4:31 PM) Reply
I have never sewn with cashmere but it wounds like an interesting project. I have remade garments by using out-grown or discareded carments and it is a real high.
SamaraK. said... (1/27/10 10:46 AM) Reply
I love this idea, and I love the finished sweater even more!!! I think it is soooo adorable!!!! Great job, just my kind of project, creative, simple, soft, beautiful! 4 stars!
SamaraK. said... (1/27/10 10:45 AM) Reply
I love this idea, and I love the finished sweater even more!!! I think it is soooo adorable!!!! Great job, just my kind of project, creative, simple, soft, beautiful! 4 stars!
ElizabethDee said... (1/18/10 6:25 PM) Reply
you've got one lucky daughter. and thanks for sharing your techniques, too.
loti said... (1/17/10 10:14 PM) Reply
I like this sweater so much, I won't mind having one myself.... although I wouldn't look nearly as cute in it. What a great idea, and execution ... I could see this in a boutique at $200, easy.
becca a said... (1/17/10 8:03 PM) Reply
Lovely sweater for a lovely little girl!
Sew4Fun said... (1/17/10 5:10 PM) Reply
Very creative! A cute little sweater and daughter too. :)
j222b said... (1/16/10 10:10 PM) Reply
Cute! The baby seems to love cashmere wrap (smart kid).
Christas said... (1/16/10 9:04 PM) Reply
How creative and adorable!
Kayseri said... (1/15/10 6:16 PM) Reply
Lovely peice of recycling
snapdragonfly said... (1/15/10 10:56 AM) Reply
charming upcycling project.
fourkid said... (1/15/10 8:11 AM) Reply
Wonderful job - cashmere - one of my favorite fabrics (which I am alwyas on the look out for in thrift shops.) Great find and great refashion.
craftygamma said... (1/15/10 8:01 AM) Reply
Wonderful idea, and great job implementing it.
Passion4Sewing said... (1/15/10 7:06 AM) Reply
Love it! I try to wash everything, too. I can't afford dry-cleaning :-)
AnneM said... (1/15/10 5:55 AM) Reply
I had similar thoughts when I saw your review: 'A CASHMERE baby sweater?' But for a price like this, you couldn't find a cotton baby sweater and this is softer and warmer. Great job. Watch out, though. The little one might start to expect a cashmere wardrobe. ;)
Sandi S said... (1/15/10 0:34 AM) Reply
adorable sweater!
mesewlot said... (1/15/10 0:32 AM) Reply
Too cute!! Great use of an old sweater.
 
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