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I was inspired by the many varsity cardigans that I have been seeing online lately. Also, I currently into geek fashion. So I though of that plain, boring ...
1. Plain cardigan 2. Ribbon 3. Iron-on patches (you can use either numbers or letter!) Note: The colours of the ribbon and the iron-on patches should be similar ...
Get your cardigan and make sure it's clean. Prepare your materials.
Cut your ribbon according to the diameter of the sleeves and pin them in position. You can position them according to your own liking, but I think it ...
Fold the ribbon inwards to create a neat joint. I positioned the joint at the same place where the seam of the sleeves is for a neat finish.
Sew the ribbon along its 2 sides. I used black thread because my iron-on patches have black borders as well. OR Stick the ribbon in place using Heat ...
Iron on the numbers/letters of the OTHER side of the cardigan. Hang your varsity cardigan up and admire it.
Important note: The cardigan that I used had a loose fit, so the sleeves don't really stretch much when I am wearing it. If you are using a ...
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