They're amazing!!! *runs off to think what felt lovelies she could have at her wedding*
wow, how big was the sweater??
Really really really pretty!!!Have a great weekDiane
how do you find a needle small enough to fit thru those beads? I have the worst time lol. That IS alot of beads though!
Very very cute! And a lot of work, i guess :o).
These look wonderful!!
Oooh love those -red is my fave colour. Just wanted to let you know I've nominated you for the sunshine blog award...http://redbirdjewellery.blogspot.com/2010/02/sunshine-award.html
You do beautiful work. I love them. Thanks for sharing. Alaska/p
They are so lovely, and what a genius idea for a sweater. x
How lovely. Your feltwork is so neat.
Ooooooh these are so so pretty!!! xx
How beautiful! A spot of sunshine!
what a fabulous wedding momento. Much better than flowers that are dead a weak into married life. Or if you're like me never even make it home with you because you leave them in a sink in the loos at your reception. hey ho, if I did it all over again I'd be placing an order for sure. lush x
You've been nominated for a Sunshine award! : ) http://sewingisforgirls.blogspot.com/2010/02/sunshine-award.html
Those look great. What a fantastic way to reuse the sweater.
They are so pretty! How did you manage to reuse your old sweater without it falling apart?
Thanks everyone! The sweater was an 100% wool one which I turned into felt (there are lots of tutorials online for how to do this if you're interested) - it makes lovely thick felt :)
Ah i see! Thanks that's a great tip!
I love them :)
These are really sweet and a good combination of color and material - and I love the conecept of resycling.
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