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Ugly Sweater BOGO Sale

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The same old Ugly Sweater store that you've been window shopping for the last 10 years has just launched the best deal that has ever been dealt. Now it's time, good sweater purveyor. Go get you some wool threads and sweater yourself and a friend.

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A Christmas Sweater from the Kings Closet

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Experimentation... It got me through college and continues to fuel inspiration. This delightful get-up is the pigs spittoon!  The answer to your current unfiltered questions are 'YES'.   YES, that is a dramatic dual-Jackalope ensemble attached to a Ski Sweater.   YES, it is adorned with fancy Christmas lights.  We are definitely about that life.   YES, our model is dabbin' so hard and will win his Ugly Sweater Contest without much controversy.   Stay tuned for a follow up interview of the Sweater Models experience wearing a light-up Jackalope on his belly.  

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Ugly Sweater Evolution & You

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As a small and demanding business, we are constantly pushing the envelope of possibility.  We dream big, but also, we want to make sure that we are here for a while.  It's not as easy as it sounds.  Running a business with enough of a following to keep you a float is a challenge in most places not named Willy Wonka's Chocolate Factory. Here's what our ideas are for this season, and you can tell us if they suck or not.   1) You're going to see a lot more homemade/handmade sweater items.  They will be unique to us and...

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UglySweaters.com open for business once again

Posted by Daniel Redman on

We're back, and we are the same as ever.  Not better, nor worse.   Fleshy Jewish greetings from our leader.  Put your spit shields up, the words are coming in hot.

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How are Ugly Sweaters Actually Made

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Design The first step is to design what you want your garment to look like. Your design should include a template of a basic human figure. The clothes can be drawn to fit on top, then the lines can be erased, but if you are good at drawing then the clothes can be included in the actual drawing.  Most good artists don't do holiday sweaters.  That task is designated for the retired or just tired designers.  Many designers make side notes on their sketch as to what fabric, texture, and additional details they want on their garment. These are called specs....

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