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1  Re: Organ-along! in Craftalongs by rhondalicious on: November 12, 2007 06:38:49 PM
I knitted a womb as well - I got my tubes tied in September, and I knit it the week before my surgery:

PS: double stranded frizzy boucle on dpns is an uncomfortable idea!
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2  Re: quickie dress that anybody can make in Clothing Sewalongs by rhondalicious on: July 26, 2006 01:22:18 PM
OK, after reading this thread, the other thread, the blog...

I totally know what I'm doing now.

If only I can find polka dot fabric...

The red in the middle is a separate long tube top in a matching fabric. This is just one way to combine the 2 - also, you can put the tube top on under, pulled up high in back to cover a bra. Wear the dress as a wrappy skirt, with just the tube top. Or wear the tube top with one of the wraps that covers the shoulder but exposes that mid back - with the tube top under it, then only that fabric is peeking out. Or scrunch the tube top just around the boobs, so that when you want to nurse in this dress, you push aside a front layer and pull the tube top up - that way the top and sides of the boobs are still covered while nursing!

I suppose you could do it in the same fabric, as well - I just liked the idea of contrast.

Now to find some slinky polka-dotted fabric...
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