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1  Re: Birthday Swap Gallery! in The Swap Gallery by Soopah on: June 20, 2005 08:38:22 PM


It's reversible. Smiley


I was gonna embellish it but didn't have enough time and thought maybe you'd like to do that urself.  The notebook is in the upper corner of the first pic.  Didn't get a pic of it by itself but it's just red/white checkered, red, and orange tissue paper modge podged onto a composition book.  I love them.
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2  Re: It's like a platter of hors d'eouvres! Except it's a skirt. Er....... in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by Soopah on: January 10, 2005 09:27:09 PM
Hey!  Even though I'm not much of a seamstress I was inspired by this post and your wonderful creations.
Thing is... I'm a very hippy lady.  It seems like you have much the same figure as I do but I'm not sure about how I look in this skirt...  and it's hard to walk.  How do you handle that? 

This is no where close to being finished but what do you think so far?  I'm kinda at a standstill... as far as waistband and closing the back goes.  (also have never put in pictures before so this might take editing...

And the back...

oh!!  I can totally cut a slit up the bottom so that I can walk easier can't i?!
Here's the detail at the bottom...


What do you think?  Any ideas on improvements?  Or ways to not make myself look fat in it?
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