We are the ones we've been waiting for
You have a mom and a grandma who both sew.
Seriously, J.Bro, you'd wear that?!??!
Unfortunately, my skills kinda run out at scarves. (Rectangles of cloth sewn together end to end.)
Just... no. J-Bro. The line must be drawn somewhere. And I, for one, think it should be drawn at "shawlies."I bet that Melanie, among others, would agree.
I think it's a less-complicated thing than OleNelson and Spice think - it's really just a hooded sweatshirt with the front ends of the hoods overlapped a few extra inches. Nothing offensive about that, right?
It leaves me "unsatisfied." And not in the good, J.Bro sense of the word.
Even though it is super ugly, I can see you wearing something like that. What has happened to you big brother?
Please, listen to your friends. Shawlie = bad.
I keep coming back to it and trying to figure out how to make it, but I'm afraid I'm just not smart enough. I would start with two thrift store sweaters made of identical fabric (first flaw in this plan: finding two identical sweaters, one of which fits you) and cutting the non-fitting one into the shawlie shape and sewing it on. Second flaw in the plan: I'm lazy. Third flaw: what fabric is it supposed to be made of, anyway?
Shawlie is not my favorite of the clothing you have posted. I can see that it would have some utility in the frigid weather that you are now experiencing, but on a whole, BAD BAD BAD!
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