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lrs207

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20 December, 2009

  • 09:01 PM

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    lrs207 posted a message on sarahuk4's wall

    Hi Sarah I just moved to Stockport from Australia and wanted to know more about your sewing club. I would be interested it coming along if you meet.
    Let me know. Hope you are enjoying the snow!



6 September, 2009



1 September, 2009

  • 12:30 PM

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    lrs207 added the project My Maxi Dress
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    I lengthened and changed the sleeves for the Cate to make a summers day Maxi dress.

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8 February, 2009



4 February, 2009

  • 08:30 PM

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    lrs207 posted a message on auntchelle's wall

    Hey fellow Heaps cool SA
    I can’t buy fabric here in Tumby Bay, unless I want to quilt so I had to stock pile at Spotlight when I was living near one! Lucky it was a new store and I could find thi…

  • 03:39 PM

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    lrs207 commented on the project Retro Print box pleat skirt

    Yeah I do have fun wearing this skirt.
    I got the fabric at Spotlight a chain fabric store in Australia.
    Hope that helps



1 February, 2009



27 January, 2009

  • 08:55 AM

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    lrs207 added the project Wooly Jump-rug
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    I cut up old wool jumpers or sweaters I got from an Op shop to make a quilted knee rug. I then used jersey to line it.

    Read on



24 December, 2008



16 December, 2008



22 September, 2008

  • 03:45 PM

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    lrs207 commented on the project pants and jacket

    Very smart! It looks great you should be proud. you could try hook and eyes to fasten it or fabric covered buttons that actually press stud together. Good luck



4 June, 2008