DIY / TUTO
A day in San Francisco, exploring North Beach
August 15, 2016
A day in natural dyeing, playing with BQUEEN Collection box
September 5, 2016
Renegade craft fair (Spring 2018)
April 9, 2018
Preparing for Joji Mystery wrap
May 8, 2017
Stitches West 2017 - Day 1
February 24, 2017
January 16, 2017
Day 3 in Seattle, WA
October 7, 2016
Day trip in Vancouver, BC
October 5, 2016
A week end in Seattle, WA
October 3, 2016
A day in fall color dyeing
September 4, 2016
Los Angeles 2015
stitches west 2016
stitches west 2017
March 1, 2016
Went shopping and brough back 2 very large sweaters, none of them I would even wear.
Yes, I don't buy any sweater any more, only if I can reuse the yarn later.
I like to buy sweaters from expensive stores at 80% off and unravel the yarn.
- good quality sweaters
- dk weight yarn are my favorite
- no surger finish, like in this picture otherwise it will be a torture to unravel
- merino blend, 100% is the best but it is hard to find so the highest % is the best
Once you have the right sweater, you just have to find the right threat and pull.
It will easily separate all parts of the sweater
Once you have your sweater in a few pieces, you can star to unravel
Note thar you usually start to unravel at the top of each pieces not at the ribbing
Little by little make it into a ball
And soon you will a few balls of great yarn
Next we will see how to color, untangle and finally knit it in a new project...