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1  Armwarmers! Cool! in Clothing: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by punk_garden_gnome on: May 01, 2008 07:50:42 PM
So after checking my email, and refusing to make my bed, I started 'getting dressed'. This took a while. Because I grabbed a big old heather gray long sleeve tee from the thrift store (love that place), and made arm warmers. I cut the (most) of the arms off, and tried to fit it. My seams would make all you crafsters scream in horror, I just show that overall effect. Sorry, no before pic. I know, I pose horrible. It's my computers fault Wink
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2  How should I do this... in Clothing: Discussion and Questions by punk_garden_gnome on: April 04, 2008 08:43:13 AM
Ok, so one day, I was assisting my little sisters in putting on a fashion show. They were taking all of those former halloween costumes and dressing them up (tying up the skirts, etc.) and I found this: It served as a Miss America dress for my older cousin (now in college). It was then an evil stepmother costume, and now vacant. I pulled it on, and tied up the back. It turned into this!
This is the back:
I really like the collar, because it can stretch out to this:
Time for stupid faces!
So, how can I go about this recon? I like how it expands, but that's because it's all tied up with a hair band. So, what can I do to fix it into a top?  Huh
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