A couple weeks ago, I was invited to spend the weekend at my friend’s cabin near the Anthony Lakes Ski Resort. Of course, I couldn’t show up with a regular tote so I upcycled a thrift store sweater to a make this Winter Sweater Tote.
It was made from the body of this old sweater.
The sleeves were given to my good friend, Linda, as a hostess gift. And in no time, without doing a bit of sewing, she was rockin’ them as cute leg warmers.
Check this out for more ideas on how to upcycle thrift store clothes:
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