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Melissa Llado
Melissa is a busy mom trying to survive the preschool years. She loves a good Pinot Grigio and cuddling up on the couch for the latest super hero movie. Her kids enjoy getting in the kitchen and helping make a mess trying new recipes! Even though she's constantly creating new and delicious treats she usually winds up buying grocery store treats when it's time for her to take snacks for school-- at all of the teachers' dismay.
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It’s time to take down the Christmas decor and I feel like it’s too early to put up Valentine’s Day decoration but everything feels so empty with the festive Christmas stuff gone!
What’s a girl to do??
Well, my solution is to grab a cable knit sweater out of the Goodwill pile I started accumulating this week and refashion it into a wreath.  Although, I must warn you…. once you start decorating with old sweaters you will become addicted and EVERY cable knit sweater in the Goodwill pile will refashioned somewhere!!

This was SUPER easy to make, I did it in about an hour this morning while my husband and son slept in.
Materials Needed:
1 Old Sweater
Wreath
Ribbon
Ornaments (or whatever you want to decorate with)
Fiber Fill
Needle & Thread
Scissors
Glue Gun
Intructions:
1. Cut sleeves off sweater (save for another project)
2. Cut up center of sweater.
3. Decide how much fabric you need to wrap around your wreath- for this Dollar Store wreath I needed about 4 inches.  The nice thing about cable knit is you have a line to guide your cutting! 🙂
4. One piece is not going to be enough to go all around the wreath, I needed 2, bigger wreaths will need more strips of sweater.
5. Place your sweater strip face down.
6. Place fiber fill on top of sweater strip.
7. Place wreath on top of fiber fill.
8. Pin sweater together, wrapped around the wreath.
 9. Continue all the way around the wreath.
 10. Take your needle and thread and sew the sweater together.
(this is the back of the wreath so it doesn’t have to look good)
11. Make sure you sew together each strip of sweater so it doesn’t come apart.
12. Now decorate your wreath with ornaments or cut outs- just use the glue gun to attach.  I found these snowflake ornaments on clearance at Michaels along with the snowflake cutout.


Melissa Llado
Melissa is a busy mom trying to survive the preschool years. She loves a good Pinot Grigio and cuddling up on the couch for the latest super hero movie. Her kids enjoy getting in the kitchen and helping make a mess trying new recipes! Even though she's constantly creating new and delicious treats she usually winds up buying grocery store treats when it's time for her to take snacks for school-- at all of the teachers' dismay.
Melissa Llado
Melissa Llado

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