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1  CLOTHING / Clothing: Discussion and Questions / Skirt help on: October 14, 2004 01:22:23 PM
      I have to go to my school's first dance tommorow night, and i dont have a skirt to wear. Its too late for me to go out and get one and Im freakin. PLEASE Help me, I need to know how to make myself a skirt. PLEASE help asap!

        -kitti
2  CLOTHING / Shoes: Discussion and Questions / UGGS! on: October 06, 2004 01:33:21 PM


           Any ideas on what to do with those post-trendy ugg boots I have left over?
(6 pairs to be exact...im a SUCKER for trends...sheesh, I thought buying them in Pink, Blue, Sand, and Chesnut would make them more versitile...trends never last...I MUST LEARN THAT!)
           What can I do!?!?


                          -Kitti
3  CLOTHING / Clothing: Discussion and Questions / PLEASE give me some starting help...pweese?? on: October 03, 2004 06:00:00 AM
Okay, I have a pair of    S T R E C H Y   levis that has a VERY dark wash (deep deep indigo) they look very similar to these:




They're cute, but im a size small, and bought a medium. The waist fits fine, but the legs are MUCH too long, and the crotch is quite low. I REALLY need a cute skirt for a dance im going to, and I think it'd be really cool to make it. I want it to turn out looking somthing like this:




I have a feeling I would need to bleach it somehow, and cut it?
I would like a perticulary short shirt...Im 14, and thats whats in right now.
I dont know how i would cut it evenly...should I rip it or somthing?
I want it frayed like that, so there would be no need for hemming.
(which is good- due to my lack of sewing machine)

Im just confused on how to do it, and ANY help is appriciated...(I love tutorials  Wink) But all help, of any kind would be GREAT.


Thanks,
Kitti
4  CLOTHING / Costumes: Discussion and Questions / Costume... ;D on: September 28, 2004 04:28:06 PM

  I would like to be a (female) Referee for halloween this year, and I love the style of this costume

       
 
      But the matrial is poor, and its a halter, which isnt acceptable in my school (i'd like it to be a racer back)

  Could anyone sew one for me?
  If so, How much would you charge?


      Thanks for ANY help,
          Kitti
5  HOME SWEET HOME / Interior Decorating: Completed Projects / My new-ish re-decoed room... on: September 09, 2004 03:17:43 PM
We did construction on our house in 2001...and I JUST redecorated from my boring white wall room.
I know its not totally original or anything...and probably not that amazing to you experinced ones. But do remember, im a young teen...*sigh* Adolecence.



Overall view. (check out the bookcase in the corner. its made out of old fence posts i picked up at a yard sale)



My circular bathmats. (awesome for hard wood floors because the grips hold on and dont slide around)




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