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Pink Flowery Ellinor

Added May 10, 2008

by rasita

Brisbane, Australia




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Relatively easy to make but woul have gone better with softer fabric. Hopefully it will soften up with wear.

Material Notes

Pink flowery cotton from my stash




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    Mar 13, 2011, 12.42 AMby sandybutler

    Gorgeous, love the fabric.

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    Oct 21, 2008, 10.23 AMby yoko-1

    Wow, i agree: the ribbons and such look very nice, I really like the ribbons at the neckline :o)

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    May 10, 2008, 02.51 PMby rasita

    Thanks for the comments. I will have to try the washing as I do have some linen which needs softening up.

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    May 10, 2008, 02.31 PMby polychromatin

    Really sweet! Like it!

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    May 10, 2008, 06.03 AMby olar

    I like the thin ribbons detail! I softened the fabric for my Nichola pants (a linen blend) running it three times through hot washing and dryer with a towel (now I wash them with cold water and care). The fabric came out wonderful like brushed. It was not a print though… if you have leftover fabric you may want to try this.

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