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1  CLOTHING / Clothing: Completed Projects: Reconstructed / Little Thingy :) (fixed pics) on: December 18, 2007 02:56:33 AM
I made this a few months ago. It's hand sewed. I found this old gray top thing that was now too short and too wide to wear. So I recon'd it, and now it's wearable. \o/ Woohoo!
I only have to wait summer now to actually wear it.
Here are the pics:

Comments are welcome, of course. Thanks for looking. :]

2  CLOTHING / Clothing: Completed Projects: Reconstructed / Kitty Cap on: December 08, 2007 07:20:20 PM
Hi. I'm Iris, and I've been browsing crafster for more than I year now. I've only decided to register last month and finally to post this night (it's 4am where I live). I love this forum and wonderful creative people that exchange opinions and advice.

Anyway, I got my sewing machine just the other day (been handsewing up till now). I opened the Cat Cap topic by this 14 year old girl. Her creation amazed me by it's uniqueness, so I followed the tut the other girl made too make my own version of it and try out the sewing machine. So here's the result Smiley


Thanks for viewing and comments are welcome.


P.S. I'm not a native speaker so excuse my mistakes.
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