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1  I have this fabric and have NO IDEA what to make with it. suggestions please? in Discussion and Questions by NewYorkgogostyle on: February 03, 2011 02:52:25 PM
k so ive had this fabric for about a year or more and i have ZERO idea to do with it. what these fabrics are all about 1 1/2 yrds- 2yrds. What should i make with them??
I was thinking making little bows for hair accessories but im not sure it they will make the fabrics justice. should i make bows and something else with it as well?? Or scratch the bow idea and go full on with something else?? what would you do?? Mind you really cannot sew very well.
any ideas or suggestions???

This is a stretchy cotton/spandex blend fabric:



This is a fine cotton/Spandex blend fabric (very fine and soft to the touch):


Lastly, this fabric is a stretchy black lace:
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2  how to make a dress like this??? in Clothing: Discussion and Questions by NewYorkgogostyle on: August 12, 2009 04:55:30 PM
i dont know how to make it all fluffy from the bottom. Im actually gonna change the top part of the dress. its just that how do i get the dress to puff up how it does in the following pics??? If anyone knows please share. Or if ur interested n making the dress and posting a tutorial on it id appreciate that too  Grin So any idea as to how to get the dress to puff up the way it does on the pictures  instead of it laying flat???
Is it a sewing technique???

thanks everyone!!   Wink

Also you see how this dress seems like its slightly longer in back then in front?? how can i duplicate that??




in this picture it seems like the edges of the layers are not sewn but actually folded. How do i achieve that??


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3  Re: rockabilly top from old russian bedsheet in Clothing: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by NewYorkgogostyle on: August 12, 2009 03:42:21 PM
Hello eyerybody.
I made the projekt some months ago, but have not postet it yet, and it seems just to be perfect for this challange. I made a top from an green-white striped bedsheet I found at my grandmothers house. Adittional materials I uses ware red ribbon, whithe lace, some leftover patchwork fabric and a patch. I hope this materials fit into the contest regulations. And now on to the pictures.

The patch I used:

The top:

action shot:

the rests of the sheet I used, because I have no before shot:


So thank you for your attention und feel free to comment.  Smiley



ooooohhhhh!!!! I LOVE LOVE LOVE IT!!! Sorry for digging this thread outta the ground guys but im new here and just fell in love with this hoodie. IS THERE A TUTORIAL FOR THIS??? I REALLY WANNA TRY MAKING IT WITH A BIT OF MY TWIST IN IT!!!
thanks!!
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