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Added Sep 24, 2008

by kathsavery

New Albany, Indi...






I wanted to make a dress similar to te one Jodi Foster wore during her last card game in the movie ‘Maverick’. The red fabric is a pair of old sheet I had dyed dark red. The blue is 1$ cotton from walmart and I got the gold and blue ribbon from walmart too. I modified Lydia and took a thin white silk for the shirt and put lace over it.

Material Notes

Flannel, cotton, silk, lace






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    Sep 29, 2008, 02.31 PMby ohjoy

    very nice well done

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    Sep 25, 2008, 07.40 AMby kathsavery

    GildedBee-yes it is historically baised, but I put my twist on it. Elarielle-I am going to friend you so you better put up some creations! AnaJan- I made this for my churches Cowboy themed service because I didnt want to be a cowboy.

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    Sep 25, 2008, 02.51 AMby anajan

    Wow! I like when recycled things turn out so good! What’s the occasion for this costume?

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    Sep 24, 2008, 05.00 PMby saving9

    WAY cool

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    Sep 24, 2008, 03.44 PMby elishafaerie

    Wow, I just love that skirt, Kaths, it hangs so beautifully! And the little jacket is too cute! :)

    Old bedsheets huh? Certainly a good place to get fabric! :D

    ~Elishafaerie (Elarielle)

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    Sep 24, 2008, 11.49 AMby the-gilded-bee

    Wow! How gorgeous. Is this a historically based garment? The skirt is amazing too.

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