"5 Items For Your Winter Home From ONE Thrift Store Sweater!" (Part 4)

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5 Minutes
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Buy 1 thrift store sweater or repurpose an old sweater of your own to make 5 ideas that are easy and will warm your home during the cold months! There will be 5 separate posts for this one project. Links to all projects will be at the bottom.

Fourth we are going to make a candle sleeve, here is the original sweater.
There is some of what we have left of the sweater for round 4.
Measure the candle you will be covering.
Cut another section off the sleeve
Slide the section onto the candle.
Decide if you want it folded over or not, &/or whether you want to wrap around the bottom or be exposed above the bottom.
If your sweater had any embellishments feel free to glue them onto your sleeve to decorate, or add your own buttons, stickers, etc.

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Suggested materials:

  • Sweater
  • Candle

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  • Christy Hitt Bayne Christy Hitt Bayne on Jan 02, 2017
    Does the candle getting hot Not effect the sweater?

  • Cheryl Hepler Cheryl Hepler on Jan 17, 2017
    Can I cover back of kitchen chair with sweater over special padded cover I have for my bak?

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  • Sherry Drum Sherry Drum on May 20, 2017
    Other ideas 1. one of those critters to use in front of doors if you have a draft. 2. I like this idea. For instance, a warm sweater would make a pillow cover (sofa pillow). Here comes the cool part, if it has buttons use that area as opening to insert pillow. (can use this a for any season, depending on the fabric dresses, jackets or vests could also be use)

  • Sam4607472 Sam4607472 on Jun 10, 2017
    Thanks, some very good ideas. I think a button-up sweater would make a lovely sofa pillow, particularly if it had leather looking buttons. I also like the idea of the draft piece.

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