Why hello my friends, it's me, Baxter, your roving rover reporter, reporting to you today about a very special and ez pz weekend project. You see, even though winter will be over in no time, it still seems spring is pretty far away. And if where you live is as cold as it has been here, then u just might want 2 try this too. Because today's project is the ez pz sweater numero dos. To do this project, all u really need is a sleeve from a very nice and soft cashmere or merino wool sweater that u can get for just a few gummy worms at the thrift store. Make sure the sweater has a sleeve that is long enough and wide enough to fit your sausagey body.
Now, u can measure to make things more exact but if u want to spend more time playing on your wii and less time, u know, measuring and stuff, u can do like me and mom did and just eyeball everything. Cut the sleeve longer than u need, and, with help from your mom, stuff yourself into the sleeve and have her mark where the arm slits should be with a sharpie. Take off the sweater and cut the slits, then retry on the sweater. Mark the length of the sweater u want, cut that, and voila.
For this particular sweater, the knit sleeve binding was a little tight on my neck meat, so we cut down the seam and looky, the binding turned into a really cute collar.
And that's pretty much it, eyeball, fit, snip snap and you're done! But, say if u want to go the extra mile..
Here is what me and my mom did with my friend Hank's turtleneck sweater. It's like mine only the edges are finished with doublefold bias binding.
And the best part about this project? If u mess up, u still have one sleeve left to work with AND u have enough sweater to make the original ez pz tube sweater I reported about this same time last year! So really how can u go wrong?
Anyhoo, I would give u more details but I sort of ran out of time bc I am helping mom pack for one of her adventures and so if u have any questions please feel free to comment and I will try to answer them as best I can while she is gone. This is Baxter your roving reporter wishing you a very happy makey weekend! :)