WARM AND FUZZY JUMPER HACK
Plain sweatshirt Tailor’s chalk 1m (393/ each of plain short pile faux fur in baby pink and baby blue (ours was from www.minervacrafts.com) Matching sewing thread
On one of the sleeves, use tailor’s chalk to mark a line 1.5cm (¼") up from the cuff, then mark 17cm (6¾") up from this. Measure a further 17cm (6¾") up from this line and mark again. Cut the sleeve following these lines. Put the cuff aside.
Use these sections of sleeve as templates for the fur. Fold the fur in half and place the top of the first template along the fold. Measure and mark a 1.5cm (¼") seam allowance around the three sides then cut out. Repeat with the second template on the second fabric.
With right sides (RS) together, pin and sew the two fur fabrics together along the long edge with a 1.5cm ( seam allowance.
Open out the fabric and fold in half the other way with RS together, as shown. Pin and sew the long raw edge.
Turn the sleeve RS out and the jumper wrong side ( WS) out then, with RS together, insert the sleeve into the armhole cuff end first. Pin and sew.
Pull the sleeve out. Keep both the jumper and fur sleeve WS out and the cuff RS out, then insert the cuff into the sleeve, smallest point first. Pin and sew the cuff onto the sleeve. Turn RS out, then repeat Steps 1-6 for the second sleeve.