If you are anything like me, I live (I really mean it) in zip-up hooded sweatshirts. I have a few favorites but needed to add a new one into the rotation. I had picked up this
Now, you might remember how much I love using embroidery floss in unexpected ways –
Read more for the full tutorial for the DIY Wrapped Cord Sweatshirt…
Hooded Sweatshirt with cording (
- Place a very small dab of glue at the end of the cord (above the knot). Place the end of embroidery floss on the glue. Let dry for 10+ minutes. Start wrapping the embroidery floss around the cord.
- To start a new color, put a small dab of glue to the end of the first color and start the next color. Again, let dry for a bit.
- Continue adding new colors. I chose three colors, but you can do however many you want! Make your own design. You can even wrap two colors at a time. When done, add glue to end. You can even use a needle to push the last floss into the previous wrapped floss. Let dry overnight. I would recommend delicate cold wash, hand dry.
Photos by Sara Albers. all rights reserved.