ooooh, i love this fabric.
thank you very much. yeah, spray starch should be a world wonder…it is to me anyway :-)
my pleasure. 1 can of spray starch will revolutionize your life :-)
danke sehr :-)
oh thank you. the brown needed something fun & bright to give it some life! :-)
This project was from the April 2010 magazine – skirt 111.
I love that this tulip skirt has a fitted waistband hidden underneath the waist tie…very cute, very effective.
This is the 112 top from the April 2010 magazine (featured as both a dress & top).
I cut up an indian sari to make this top….Sheer but lovely for summer especially over my swimsuit.
Since this …
outrageously gorgeous colour. you look amazing!
like junehawk, i too hate hate hate adding seam allowances to the BWOF patterns. its the one thin…
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