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Quickly turn an old sweater into overalls for a baby.
You'll need: 1 old sweater with baggy arms 1 outfit to use as a pattern Scissors Sewing machine or needle and thread Pins I used a wool sweater ...
Cut or seam-rip to remove the sleeves from the sweater body. I cut, but you wouldn't have to worry about fraying as much if you ripped the seam. ...
Lay your sleeves out in the shape of an outfit with the original wrists becoming ankles.
Cut one arm hole using the original outfit as a guide. Cut the top of the shoulder to the correct height. Cut down the seam to where the ...
Unfold the layers to the bottom two. Pin at the corners as marked by the spools of thread.
Fold the layers together for the front and pin at the corners for the top two layers. Note the overlap where the legs meet. That helps keep the ...
Sew from pin to pin in the front and back. Use a zig zag stitch or allow a little stretch as you sew. Turn the garment inside out ...
Trim your threads and try it on. The shoulders can be separated and the outfit is put on like pants. The shoulders are then pulled up on the ...
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