Added Jul 30, 2008
Ok so this is the how-to for my entry for the anda minichallenge. It’s more a description of how I made it than a how-to, since none of it has to be done this way… And PLEASE tell me if there is something you don’t understand! So, let’s begin!
the anda pattern, an old dress shirt (preferably not too thin), a little more than half a yard of contrasting or matching fabric, two or three buttons for the belt, (optional: buttons to replace the already existing ones on the shirt)
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