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1  Re: TCM tank in Clothing: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by Blandrea on: October 12, 2004 11:27:41 AM

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2  Halloween Jordy bag in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General by Blandrea on: October 12, 2004 11:19:45 AM
I have been confined to my house with a nasty lung infection. So my lovely man went out and bought me some halloween fabric to busy myself with while I am sicky.
I loosley based this pattern on the Jordy bag tutorial. I altered a few things for my own simplicity because i'm not a pattern follower.
Thanks to the broken bobbin on my machine this was all hand sewn. I wanna go through and add some frankenstein stictching, or maybe some lace over the pocket to fix the way the exposed pocket stitching looks.
This was my frist go at a bag/purse, and also my first time using a grommet punch(which I used for the snaps).
The outside is a skull fabirc, the lining is black cord, it has a black lace spiderweb pocket on the front with snaps, and 2 leather skull buckles over the top onto the front.
The pictures aren't so great, and don't show off color well. I added a whole bunch of them anyway.


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3  TCM tank in Clothing: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by Blandrea on: October 12, 2004 10:37:03 AM
So I picked up this super large shirt at a Value Village with the plans of making it all small and cute.
It's hard to tell in the pictures, but it only has straps that go over one shoulder, the double set of faux leather ones. The other black strap you see is just the bra I was wearing as i tried it on. It's cut so you can see cleavage when i'm not rockin the bra, which is great as i love trashy clothes.
I'm thinking of maybe shredding the back up, since it is leatherface and all.
I apologize in advance if for the low quality of the pictures. And for the off chance I jack up posting them, I always seem to have picture linking problems.


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