Added Feb 2, 2010
Like every woman I like a little freshness to my wardrobe. And I become bored with some of my clothes quite often. So recently I had an idea to mend my two tops into one. So, the first forget me, forget me not was great, loose blouse but actually too short, and because of my tummy I don’t like to wear it. The second, obsessed with ruffles was too colourful-this yellow was too “brave” tp wear for me. The best idea was to to cut them in half, and sew together.
Hope you like it!
the upper part from “forget me, forget me not”
bottom part from “obsessed with ruffles”
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