Yep, that’s right. Sweatshirt + sweater = Sweat(shirt)er. I’m bringing my A-game today.
Back with another sweatshirt project today. I love working with sweatshirts because they’re so soft and comfy, and because you don’t have to hem them.
So one day, I was getting dressed, thinking, “I wish I had a little short sleeved gray sweater to layer with today.” I was going to add it to my thrift wish list when I remembered a big gray sweatshirt I had thrifted a few weeks before.
I grabbed it out of my closet and got to work chopping it up.
First I chopped off the hem.
Then I chopped off the sleeves. I tried it on and didn’t like the length, so I chopped off some more.
I wanted to keep the sleeves a little on the long side so I could roll them up.
I like the sweat(shirt)er layered over a button-up.
I love the boxy shape.
But then, a few days later, I was working on another chopping project (stay tuned), and decided to chop the sleeves of the sweatshirt again, too.
I’m not exaggerating when I say this is my new favorite shirt. I wore it two days in a row. I’m pretty sure I saw the same people, too.
And so simple. At $1.00 a pop, it’s a quick and cheap project. I think I’ll go make another one right now….
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Like this project? Check out the other projects for Sweatshirt 2.0 here.