Added Jun 22, 2011
New York City, U...
A super versatile summer top using a lace/crochet-like fabric. My lace fabric was not very wide at all, about 12 inches or so, so I first had to attach two pieces of the fabric together to add length. I basted the lace together and then sewed the two pieces very carfully following the pattern of the lace.
Exotic prints and silhouettes combine for this alluring collection
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Rwest1014's created this gorgeous skirt to wear Halloween after Halloween.
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