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annacross

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22 February, 2015

  • 05:51 PM

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    annacross posted a message on Chi Krneta's wall

    What a small world! I remember reading about your wedding dress that you crocheted on the bus in a Seattle newspaper or magazine somewhere. I thought it was beautiful and creative then and I still …

  • 05:46 PM

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    annacross commented on the project Beaded Light Blue Wedding Dress

    Thanks! It was from beaded lace. I cut out the beaded motifs and applied them by hand directly to the dress. Thanks for looking.

  • 04:10 PM

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    annacross commented on the project Beaded Light Blue Wedding Dress

    Thank you! I drafted the skirt portion myself and used the sweetheart tulip dress pattern from burda for the top with some adjustments.

  • 04:29 AM

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    annacross added the project Beaded Light Blue Wedding Dress
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    Light blue dress with beaded applique I made for my wedding.

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8 June, 2012

  • 12:12 AM

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    annacross added the project Senior Collection
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    These are three cocktail dresses made as a collection for a Senior Runway show. I designed, patterned, and made all three dresses.

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30 March, 2010

  • 05:03 AM

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    annacross commented on the project Plastic Shopping Bag Dress

    Thanks! I wore it once for an “Anything But Clothes” party. There were a ton of creative things going on there so it was a blast.



27 March, 2010

  • 07:43 PM

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    annacross added the project Plastic Shopping Bag Dress
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    I made this dress about a year or so ago. It was part of a group of outfits called “Reduce, Reuse, Recycle”. Made out of Target and Wal-Mart bags it was cheap, fairly easy and only took a couple of…

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