Added Feb 6, 2009
Taunton, United ...
this turned out really heavy but this is another one of those I love.
again, i used the method for a soleil skirt (i’m almost sure this is not the term you use, but i can’t remember what you call it…=/ it’s just cutting 2 semi-circles or 2 quarters and sewing together). can’t remember how many i’ve done…a few (because i really wanted it biiiig- i can raise my arms above my head holding both sides of the skirt =] )… and on top i’ve sewed a single one which is embroidered with sequeans and beads….and covers all the «ruffles« underneeth…now i know this was not the best way to do it =P
(i added the 2nd pic because it’s so funny =] hihi)
a lot of georgette
my granny, for the fabric, and me, for the making and embroidery…
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