Ugly Christmas Sweater

Old 11-08-2011, 05:38 AM
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I've been invited to an Ugly Christmas Sweater party. There is a prize for the person who wears the ugliest sweater.

Do you have any ideas what I could make? I'm thinking of a green sweatshirt with a Christmas stocking sewn to the front and a stuffed animal sticking out.

Any other ideas?
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Old 11-08-2011, 05:48 AM
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Sounds good! I think the screaming red might be even worse then green.
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You could always check your local thrift store. They always have some of the ugliest things I have ever seen.
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Old 11-08-2011, 06:30 AM
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You could always check your local thrift store. They always have some of the ugliest things I have ever seen.
LOL this is a good idea
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Especially the mens!!! Hahaha
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haha, my girls have had an ugly sweater party the last 2 years; unfortunately they only had to look in our basement to find their outfits, lol. But their friends made a trip to Goodwill and had a ball shopping.
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Check out ugly Christmas sweaters on ebay - I think some people collect them. link
http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_from...All-Categories

If time is short I would go to a thrift.

Just had a thought - get some "brick" fabric - make a square on the front - get a small soft santa doll - sew back end to middle of square - Santa got stuck in the chimney.
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These are always fun Thrift store is an excellent idea. Be wary of the animal in the sock. My ex-DH did that one year and everyone had to squeeze the animal to see if it made noise. haha. Fine for a guy, but a bit awkward for a female...
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Try your local resale shop. I've seen some awful ones at Good will. Funny you should ask - my friend went to a party like that and showed me her sweater - I actually thought it was cute. Each to their own.
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What a fun party theme? This would be great for a Quilt Guild party
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