September 6, 2011

Make Your Own Yarn (Part 1: Ripping Organza)

I had a lot of silk organza left from my shredding project (click here to see).  I wanted to make good use of my leftover yardages, so I decide to cut the fabric into strips and knit. 

Ripping away










Come back in 1 week. I'll be done with my project! :)



23 comments:

  1. I always get so excited to see a new post from you, you truly are so creative, and I love that you don't just think about these things, you actually DO them. Can't wait to see what you're knitting up!

    http://nomadic-d.blogspot.com/

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  2. Beautiful!! I am so impressed and intrigued. www.rubygirlblog.com

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  3. wow i'm speachless so creative can't wait to see the end result awesome
    www.preppyfashionist.blogspot.com

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  4. aww pretty. can't wait to see what you are making. a very good use of resources :)

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  5. Wow this is such a good idea ! You're a very patient person ! Can't wait to see the final result.

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  6. Ahhh this is an AMAZING idea - you're so creative. I just checked out your original shredding project and it's so beautiful. You're incredibly talented and creative~ :)

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  7. Wow, so far this is looking amazing. I have followed - I gotta see the finishing piece xx

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  8. Oh my, u r crazy creative, when r u starting ur label already? :)

    xx
    Erika
    http://www.erika-t.blogspot.com

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  9. that is a fantastic idea! so creative and it looks perfect for fall! can i have it? haha totally joking. but if it needs a home i hope you think of me :)

    anyway, thanks for stopping by paper doll theory and for your sweet comment. now following you. hope you will come by pdt again soon!

    love
    kelly

    www.paperdolltheory.com

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  10. ahhh, this is SO amazing!!! we would have so much fun making things together =)

    xx

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  11. wow you're so talented! was reading thru your blog, you do great DIY!

    now following <3

    natalie
    http://lucyandtherunaways.blogspot.com

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  12. Looking forward to see in what this is going to became :)

    xxx

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  13. omg this is genius!!! i wish i knew how to knit... you're very creative and talented :))

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  14. Wow! Looks so great and love the neutral colors! Very creative :))
    -akiko

    http://styleimported.blogspot.com/

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  15. Great idea, doll! Thank you for your comment xoxo

    http://styleitup-eva.blogspot.com/

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  16. Love your idea! Cant wait to see it :D xx

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  17. THIS IS AMAZING! Seriously - I would buy it. I can't wait to see the fully finished product

    xo Sherrie
    Closet Hound

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  18. Wow! you are so genius! this is so creative and unique and wonderful and many nice things more...LOVE IT!!!! XXXX Can't wait to see more of your bog ;)

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  19. wowowowowowowowowowowow. The process is amazing!! and the final product is really cool! It's definitely a great idea! I actually had a similar idea for a school project but I would never have thought of knitting it! Srsly, I'm impressed! :) Really great job, and it must be amazing having all that silk organza on the skin!! love it!

    xx
    www.chasingthmoon.blogspot.com

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  20. woahhhh
    you're amazing!!!
    how can you do that!!!!
    thanks you for coming!!
    XX

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