SATIN OR SILK: DIY: Contrast Cuff Sweater

Friday, February 1

DIY: Contrast Cuff Sweater

So I recently chopped the sleeves off my white shirt (tutorial for that coming soon) and I wanted to make something else from the offcuts. With a little inspiration from the contrast fabric trend circulating lately, I created these removable cuffs. You can add them to a knitted top to make a kind of 'hybrid' shirt. It's like an unexpected cross between a formal men's shirt and a cozy, casual sweater. To take this DIY a step further; try adding different buttons or a little embellishment.
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Contrast Sleeves

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Unbutton the cuff and chop it from the sleeve about 1cm away from the stitching.
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Fold the extra fabric down and start stitching along the original line of sewing.
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Hope you enjoy this little DIY. I'd always love to see your own fashion creations on twitter or instagram just tag me @shoes_and_sushi!

1 comment:

  1. This is such a clever idea! Looking forward to seeing what you've done with the rest of the shirt :)

    Tasha xx


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