9.28.2010

Wrap Me Up

And it's full on Fall weather here.
Boooo! say the eternal Hawaiian.
So, I made these really versatile sweater wraps.
They are made from this lovely pink-grey-tan-cream and black striped knit. 
AuBrynne wears hers to school nearly every day.
It has just enough "swing" to appease her "frilly" requirement.
They are cool enough to be just enough on the borderline days and
 if you wrap them they become pretty snugly warm!
I didn't get a good enough picture but you can even dress them up with a decorative pin or brooch.
Or even just throw one side over your shoulder.
One of my favorites is to wrap it around and tuck into the back loop of my jeans.


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31 comments:

  1. I love both your sweaters! So cute! What pattern did you use for both? My little girl would love one! Thanks for sharing

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  2. versatile is right...and adorable too! Love these!

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  3. Very cute! you can tell she just loves it.
    ~Kimberlee
    www.TheSpunkyDiva.blogspot.com

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  4. love those, you did a great job!
    Helen

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  5. I want one of those!! Love it. It is perfect for early morning weather when you are taking AuBrynne to school :) She is such a little diva..I love it!!

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  6. Those are great!!! Love 'em! What pattern did you use or did you whip 'em up on your own?! *and your little one is precious*!

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  7. Cute!! Those look really great.

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  8. Those look great!! I want one for me and MY Alie! :) I saw this on It's So Very Cheri!

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  9. this is sooooo cute and looks like something I could do. pattern?

    I love matching mommies and daughters

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  10. Mom and daughter looking very beautiful in wrap.

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  11. is sooo beautiful and versatile you too look so good!!!

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  12. So pretty! I love them. You both look wonderful in them too. Just perfect! Thanks for linking to It's Sew Stinkin' Cute!

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  13. this is so adorable. i love the colors. it does look snuggly.

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  14. So great! When are you going to start selling/sharing your patterns? =)

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  15. these are so great! they look fantastic. if only i had a daughter to make matching wraps for too... i don't think my hubby would be too impressed if i did this for my boys and i ;)

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  16. They look so cozy! And I love the mini me :)

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  17. love these!! What pattern did you use?? Are you sharing??

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  18. Those are beautiful and so versatile!

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  19. So adorable!!! Thanks SO much for joining in on Thrilling Thursdays @ Paisley Passions. I love to see the creative talent of other fellow bloggers. Hope you to see you again soon :)
    ~Lori S.
    Thrilling Thursdays @Paisley Passions

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  20. Did you have your own pattern for that? I love it! That picture of it tucked in your back pocket is so cute! You could seriously sell that pattern! adorable!

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  21. too cute!!!
    and you're so right about the "swingy-ness" - makes them something ordinary into something special. :)

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  22. So versatile and stylish! Miki

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  23. Cute! I love the matching sweaters; how proud your little girl must be to have "just like Mommy's."
    I like this style -- so useful and adaptable!
    Cass

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  24. Very cute! And your model is adorable!

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  25. oh my goodness! i want a daughter just to make these matching wraps! Thanks for linking this up. it is sooooooo cute!

    ~L~
    www.AvidAccents.blogspot.com
    link up you DIY and outfit post
    for a chance to win a month long feature

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  26. I love this! And you girls are too cute ;) Do you have a tutorial for this?

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  27. Do you think you might post a tutorial for this? I would love to share it with my readers!

    xox
    Jen

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  28. These are too cute! Thanks for linking up for Friday Favorites!

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  29. These are beautiful!
    I would - like so many others - also like to know what pattern you used or whether you just made them up yourself? I think my daughter would love this. And I really would like a version, too! :-)

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  30. Echoing the "how did you do this?" I love how it looks wrapped too. Thanks for linking to Craftastic Monday:)

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