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Angie's version of the JJ blouse

Added Apr 16, 2008

by enero

St. Paul/Minneap...

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I used some very cheap fabric for this, trying to cut corners while I was learning how to sew, but overall I’m pleased with it. I haven’t put buttons on the sides yet. Will do. Looks great with the Franzi vest. I also messed up on the ruffles so there is only a pair, but they are cute! My mistake was folding them in half I think. I may make this one over and do it right next time. This time I ran out of cloth!

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    May 12, 2008, 11.19 AMby flowerhead

    I really like the fabric you chose, it gives it a really cute western feel. great job!

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    Apr 16, 2008, 04.50 PMby mmmrphs

    Looks great. I hope my JJ blouse looks half this good when I get up to it.

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