At first it was a pull like this ... felted by years of washing machine...
Then I cut along the red dots to get the legs and the beanie, and along the blue squares to get the minidress. For measurements of the neckline and armhole sleeve I have used a dress that I already had.
Post, ho bucato con l'uncinetto il tessuto per creare la cintura dei pantaloni
After sewing sleeves as shows Sheri in her Post, I made holes in the fabric with crochet hook to create pants belt.
Ed ecco i pantaloni finiti - Here finished pants
I finished the mini-dress with blanket stitch in red wool, taking the neck on circular needles to create a ribbed waistband. I then applied a small pocket made from scraps and I sewed it with blanket stitch. The final touch: I applied with small dots the face of Hello Kitty, that Margaret loves so much.
mmm...the beanie where does it come? Naturally from the neck of the pull!
Note the unorthodox but soooo fast way, that I've got the shape of the beanie :-)
guida di Awesome Sauce & Asshattery sto imparando a recuperare maglie e felpe per farne pigiamini, completini da gioco e abitini. Tutto a costo quasi zero, in modo veloce e divertente. E io non so neanche cucire bene a macchina!!! Magica magica Sheri, grazie mille!
Thanks to the precious guide Awesome Sauce & Asshattery I learned how to recover shirts and sweaters to make pajamas, playing outfits and dresses. All at almost zero cost, fast and fun. And I can not even make good use of the sewing machine! Magic magic Sheri, thank you very much!