Added Oct 13, 2012
An old stainy T can turn into a cool jewle.Just make sure to iron the shirt and the cotton applique pieces before sewing to achive maximum results.
I used cotton pieces of Dr.Suess characters by Robert Kauffman.
I also used a white cotton lining to avoid transparancy of the writing below.
Sparkle in pretty tanks, easy dresses, and a romper with splashes of sequins.
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