It’s an understatement to say that this is one of the best summer scrubs around.
With its unique blend of cotton and wool, the new housekeeping scrub is a must-have for any home.
Here’s how to make your own: Step 1: Find a suitable wool sweater.
The wool sweater you want to knit will need to be slightly warmer than the average knit sweater.
This is so that the fibers retain moisture and are more likely to stay put.
Step 2: Measure your body length.
Your body length should be between 4.5 and 6 inches (10.5 to 12.8 cm).
You’ll want to cut it in half so that you have room to work with.
Step 3: Divide your body in half again so you have enough room for a full sweater.
Step 4: Divide the sweater into two pieces, making sure they fit together.
Step 5: Wrap the sweater in plastic wrap so that it will keep its shape.
Step 6: Cut the sides of your sweater in half and sew them together.
You can now make a few more adjustments to make the sweater longer and more flexible.
Step 7: Place your sweater on a work surface.
Using a sewing machine, sew your front and back buttons together and then fold the front and the back down.
Step 8: Use a double needle to sew a large slit at the top of the sweater.
With the back of the needle, sew the bottom of the slit to the back and the top.
You’ll now have two rows of buttons that you can use for holding your sweater together.
Use the back stitches to form the shoulder blades.
This can be tricky, but you’ll get the hang of it eventually.
Step 9: Using a double-sided tape measure, measure the length of the sleeves and draw the sleeve down to where you want them to be.
Using your hand, sew a small loop on the inside of the sleeve.
Step 10: Using the back loops, sew two rows through the fabric, forming the back.
Step 11: Using your sewing machine again, sew three rows through to form two buttons.
Step 12: Using double-edged scissors, cut the front edge of the front button and fold it down so that both the front buttons are now folded into one.
Step 13: Using scissors, trim the back to form a buttonhole.
The buttonhole should now be the same size as the front of the fabric.
Step 14: Using fabric scissors, sew around the seam in the front with a sharp, narrow stitch.
Step 15: With the buttons folded into a triangle, sew across the top and bottom of your work surface, leaving a small space for the zipper to come out.
Step 16: Using an even needle, pin the front two buttons down.
You may need to trim the seam around the zipper a little.
Step 17: With your fingers, sew one button through the back, leaving the other half open.
Using the double-edge scissors, carefully cut the zipper open.
Step 18: Using needle and thread, sew both buttons to the top left and right corners of the shirt.
Step 19: Using thread, stitch the back buttons down to form sleeves.
Step 20: Use your hands to draw the front, back, and bottom edges of the collar, leaving room for the elastic bands to come in.
Step 21: Using elastic bands, sew elastic band holes around the collar to form elastic waistbands.
Step 22: Using buttons, stitch a seam at the back so that your elastic waistband can come off.
Step 23: Using iron, iron the collar open and iron it again.
Step 24: Using buttonholes, iron both the waistbands and the elastic waist bands.
Step 25: Using two-ply thread, pull the waistband over the elastic band so that they hang over the buttons.
You should now have your finished jersey.
The elastic waist band is now fully enclosed, but the elastic on the shirt is still attached.
Step 26: If you have a pair of old shoes, the elastic will still be attached.
Remove the elastic and use the ends of the elastic to pull the buttons off.
The waistband is now free of the buttons, but it’s still a bit tight.
Step 27: Place the shirt back on your work bench.
Step 28: You’ll need to make sure that the front side of the waist band matches the top side of your neck.
Place the elastic around the waist in a circle around your neck, using a needle and a sewing needle to push it inwards.
Step 29: The elastic will now have an opening in the middle.
Pull the elastic up to the inside and outwards, leaving about a 1/8-inch gap.
The gap should be 1/4 inch (3/8 inch) larger than the neck opening.
Step 30: Using this opening, pull back the waist bands to form another opening in your neck opening so that more elastic will be able to