+ On the 3rd Day of XMAS a DIY Fuzzy Square top with leather trim

I’ve been a little obsessed with fuzzy fabric lately and when I stumbled across this scrap fabric in San Francisco I fell in love! I don’t know what it is about this texture, but I love how it is a modern twist on a classic 50s and 60s fuzzy top with leather trim and animal print.

Head over to check one way to make this top here for the tutorial! Or check out the tutorial below! To add the Leather trim…just create the trim by folding 3/4″ – 1″ leather in half and topstitching it around the edge of the sleeve and neckline of the shirt.




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  1. […] Liz from Cotton & Curls used some fuzzy fabric to make a cute new boxy top for herself.  Scraps of leather finish the neck and arm holes.  The top has simple lines that show off the texture of the fabric and the leather trim.  She shares a tutorial telling how she made it.  Go to Cotton & Curls for the tute. […]