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1  Re:Tulle Ruffle Panties in Clothing: Discussion and Questions by susank on: December 10, 2003 10:42:28 PM
Here ya go Debzy...

Front:


Back:


Inside out:


I tried another pair pretty unsuccessfully.  You can see from the front photo that the tshirt I used was too small with the graphic placement I wanted, so I had to compensate and make the back piece come around the sides more.

I used the end of the sleeve as the liner, so that I didn't have to hem it.

--susan.
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2  Re:Ribbon Belts - Help? in Clothing: Discussion and Questions by susank on: December 10, 2003 10:33:42 PM
1.  gather materials: 1 or 2 X your hips + 10" of ribbon, 2 D rings, thread


2.  fold one end twice, pin & sew (to make loose end-- if you're doubling ribbon, do this step last)
http://www.nolke.com/images/index.php?album=susan%2Fprojects%2Fribbon_belt%2F&pic=ribbon_belt2.jpg

3.  fold unsewn end over both D rings (making sure ragged end is folded under.  If you're using a flimsy ribbon, put D rings in center of ribbon, then double it over.  pin & sew


4.  finished
http://www.nolke.com/images/index.php?album=susan%2Fprojects%2Fribbon_belt%2F&pic=ribbon_belt0.jpg
5.  wear!
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