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Member Since: 10/20/2008
The Ultimate Sewing Room contest entry
This is one of the most inventive uses of onion skin I have ever seen. I think it would be a great project for my grandkids to make, too.
I am having a problem downloading your project, so i'll have it handy.
I love the Summer Wedding dress!! It's girly and versatile with the layers, and easy to change colors.
It is also a great idea with back the lacing for changes in your figure. No multiple fittings, and it can be worn more than once!
I have always taken every usable part of a garment off of it; ie. buttons, workable zippers, velcro, pockets, trims, etc. Then, I take the garment down to useable pieces and make other things.
As a child and teen, I'd restyle clothes given to me by my mom's friend and make complete outfits for myself. Then,
when my daughter was little, I make shorts out of long pants for some friends, took the legs and small scraps and make coverall skirts for her. Everybody wanted to know where I found such cute outfits.
I told them from Singer. Since they didn't know that brand, I smiled and told them that was the brand of my sewing machine.
I really love this necklace! Where do you get the upcycled tin, or do you paint it yourself?
I'd like to try my hand at creating with this medium.
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